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.
Establish, manage, capitalise and co-invest in Australian direct and special situations.
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.
“Embracing innovation and harnessing technology to achieve more.”
Data analytics and visualisation Data modellingForensic technology.
Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)Bachelor of Science – Computer ScienceBachelor of Science (Honours) – Computer Science (IT Security and Data Management)Certificate III in Investigative Services.
Although COVID-19 has dominated the headlines and presented far more pressing challenges to corporate Australia, it is a mistake to think that the ‘wage theft saga’ is a thing of the past. Those who choose to ignore this threat either intentionally or unintentionally could be left exposed to the significant consequences.
In this new world where data is always at our fingertips. Information is one thing but using that information to generate insights requires context. Our role as independent Forensic Data Analysts is to stand aside and let the data tell the story. In doing so, it’s our goal to ensure the story is true, impartial and in context. It’s the last part, ‘in context’, that is really important because although data doesn’t lie, it can be skewed to tell a variety of truths.
Some of Australia’s most trusted brands and organisations have been in the headlines for all of the wrong reasons of late, owing to employee underpayments. ‘Wage theft’, as these incidents have become known, are proving costly on many fronts, by eroding companies’ reputations and finances, as well as negatively impacting staff loyalty and consumer trust.