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“Be honest, genuine, stay calm, get the facts and work through difficult situations.“
Director, Business Advisory
Getting to know his clients and taking a keen interest in both their personal lives and businesses is the way that Martin believes he can best help them achieve their goal.
His sincere and empathetic approach to situations has become a trademark in the firm and the philosophy that you should ‘never judge a book by its cover’ is something he applies to everything he does. Martin delivers an honest, factual and personalised approach to clients.
Martin has been assisting William Buck’s clients for more than two decades. He boasts a broad range of skills and experience in restructuring, business valuation, the sale of businesses and refinancing. He consults to a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, primary production, logistics and professional services. Martin also holds a number of positions with clients’ affairs including executor of estates, trustee of trusts and Power of Attorney.
His role as the Director responsible for the recruitment and development of staff is one that Martin takes very seriously, devoting a huge amount of time to ensuring the right people come into the practice and that they are nurtured throughout their careers.
A staunch community supporter, Martin believes that everyone should make a contribution to creating a better society, something he practices through his Board appointments with HeartKids SA and the Goodwood Saints Football Club, as well as the numerous charitable causes he has supported over the years.
- Tax planning and compliance
- Strategic business planning
- Refinancing/bank negotiation
- Business performance improvement
- Superannuation compliance
- Estate and succession planning
- Bachelor of Arts (Accounting)
- Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
- Chartered Tax Adviser
- Board member, HeartKidsSA
- Primary production
- Professionals and professional practices