Daniel is a Business Advisory Services Partner and is located in our Hobart office. With over 40 years’ experience in business advisory, Daniel primarily assists family-owned businesses, helping with business management; business purchase, sale, establishment and winding up along with taxation, superannuation and information process advice.
Daniel's diverse background has seen him work in forensic accounting including Family Law investigations and valuations; assessment of personal injuries’ financial losses acting for both plaintiffs and the Motor Accidents Insurance Board; commercial damages arising from breach of contract or provision of defective business inputs; valuations of businesses to quantify losses arising from certain events or in accordance with a stakeholders agreement; financial records assessment for Criminal matters; supporting legal teams in professional negligence matters and assessment of economic loss under insurance policies acting for both plaintiffs and insurers.
He has a special interest in self-managed superannuation, working with a number of clients with SMSFs to acquire commercial and residential properties, some utilising borrowing arrangements.
Daniel has been engaged by a number of organisations and private firms to present seminars to their members on taxation, GST, business management, business valuation and financial investigation subjects. He regularly writes about GST, income tax and negative gearing in publications for PKF clients and industry groups.