Geoff Reidy graduated with a Bachelor of Economics (Accounting) from Macquarie University in 1991. In 1993, he was admitted as an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (now CAANZ). Geoff joined Love & Rodgers Chartered Accountants in 1990, working as an Insolvency and Reconstruction Specialist until 1999.
After almost 10 years as an employed accountant, Geoff established his own firm alongside partner Peter Rodgers, Rodgers Reidy Chartered Accountants, in 1999. Beginning in Sydney, Rodgers Reidy has grown to have offices throughout Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Hong Kong. In 2015, the international association of Rodgers Reidy became a founding partner in the BTG Global Advisory network which covers offices throughout the UK, Europe, India, USA and Canada in addition to Australasia.
With a career spanning over 25 years, Geoff has considerable experience in management consulting, strategic decision making, advising Regulators on policy design, forensic review and business building. As a Director of Rodgers Reidy, Geoff provides insolvency, reconstruction and advisory expertise to a wide range of industries. He is a Registered Trustee in Bankruptcy, a Registered Official Liquidator of the Court, as well as an admitted lawyer.
Recognition and Appointments
Geoff is a Member of the Australian Restructuring and Turnaround Association, and a Fellow of the Chartered Accountants Australian and New Zealand (CAANZ). He has also held a number of professional appointments, including sitting on the ATO Panel of Liquidators, acting as the Chairman of the NSW IPAA/ATO Liaison Committee, and acting on the ITSA Panel to Interview Applicants to become Registered Trustees Bankruptcy.
Find out more about Geoff Reidy and his story here: http://www.rodgersreidy.com.au/our-people/geoff-reidy
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