Brenton is a Consultant within Nexia Edwards Marshall's Business Consulting and Taxation divisions.
Brenton advises businesses in relation to taxation and business strategies. He also provides probity advice to a range of government and other organisations in relation to both major procurements and sale of assets. Brenton also provides expert reports and advice in relation to litigation matters.
Brenton has a long history of service to the accounting and taxation profession in South Australia and a past a member of the SA Divisional Council of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Brenton has also served for many years on the committees of various charities and sporting organisations.
Brenton provides taxation advice to clients in a wide range of industries and professions. He is regularly consulted by other partners and staff in relation to complex matters.
Brenton’s taxation knowledge spans more than 40 years. This knowledge base assists him in understanding and explaining the reasons behind some business structures and in avoiding pitfalls when changes are proposed.
He is recognised for his ability to research, to think innovatively and to explain issues simply and concisely.
Major transactions ranging from tenders for building works to sale of major assets to tendering for major service contracts are all based on the need to be able to rely on the probity of the process. Brenton is an adviser on probity to a number of government and institutional agencies. Generally, he works with the client in designing the process and attends all critical meetings to oversee the compliance with probity plans.
Brenton has provided many reports in relation to business valuations, loss calculations and professional negligence matters.
Brenton holds a Bachelor of Arts in Accountancy and is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. He was previously a Fellow of CPA Australia, A Fellow of The Tax Institute and a Graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
He was a Registered Tax Agent.
Brenton’s career has been varied and challenging. Some examples include: