Acting for private and public sector organisations who have significant financial, operational or reputational value at risk.
Uncover, analyse and clarify facts at the centre of disputes, frauds and other sensitive commercial matters.
Assists clients to grow, protect and recover value in their real estate portfolios.
Working with organisations to stabilise the business or to recover value on behalf of stakeholders.
We are Asia-Pacific’s trusted advisers in forensic, real estate, corporate advisory and restructuring.
KordaMentha staff are actively engaged in giving back to their communities.
Our reach is global with eight offices across Australia, Jakarta and Singapore.
“I enjoy working with clients to find simple solutions to difficult issues.”
Anh specialises in providing forensic accounting, financial advice and valuation services to clients. He has over a decade of professional experience working with clients on forensic accounting, quantification of damages, class actions and valuation engagements.
Anh has been engaged as an expert witness and consulting expert for matters in the Supreme Court of NSW and the NSW Land and Environment Court. He has also been involved with the preparation of expert witness reports submitted in various Supreme Courts across Australia and the Federal Court of Australia. He is also a co-author of the Forensic Accounting chapter in Expert Evidence a leading Australian textbook on expert witnesses.
He also has a range of experience across financial investigations, and fraud risk management, including an overseas secondment to a global oil and gas company.
Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New ZealandBachelor of Commerce (Finance and Accounting)Bachelor of LawsMasters of Commerce (Finance)Best Practice Financial Modelling certification with the Corality Financial Group and the Financial Analysis Certificate through the University of Technology Sydney.
We are delighted to announce the following promotions to Executive Director, effective 1 July 2019.
As with most litigation, the assessment of loss in the context of a shareholder class action largely depends on how lawyers, on behalf of claimants, frame damages.
In this article, Anh Nguyen, Director from our Sydney Office, considers a case which highlights the importance of asking the right questions, and how a failure to do so can result in not only receiving a costly answer, but one which the court will ultimately never hear.