Corporate Restructuring, Advisory & Insolvency | Mackay Goodwin | Corporate Restructuring, Advisory & Insolvency | Mackay Goodwin


Why choose MG?

Finding new, better ways to achieve successful outcomes is inherent in our DNA. We’re continually looking to innovate through technology, and in our forward-thinking. It’s what empowers our team to stay two steps ahead, and deliver.

We never take a ‘one size fits all’ approach. We appreciate that each of our clients has specific needs and goals, so we tailor our plans accordingly. Focused at every moment. Honing in on the task at hand, the end result, and the best way to achieve it.

Reaching goals doesn’t simply take action. It takes positive action. Never ones to sit still, we remain proactive at all times. Always thinking ahead, we anticipate needs and pre-empt issues before they arise. Putting our clients on the front foot, with us by their side.

We know what a difficult time this is. Not just on a business level, but on a personal one, too. So although we may work in finance, we appreciate that people are infinitely more than numbers. And we treat everyone as individuals with respect and understanding.

Case Studies

Security Company Case Study

An 85% reduction in debt gets company through a major trading and cash flow problem. An electronic security company in Brisbane with clients ranging from small boutiques to international mega-corporations within Australia was experiencing difficulty with their cash flow, so Mackay Goodwin stepped in to help.

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Building Developer Case Study

This South Australian builder continues to trade, thanks to a DOCA, restructure and dispute resolution. When an Adelaide building development company found itself in a lengthy and protracted legal dispute over a costly project, it found itself unable to trade out of the heavy losses it had incurred as a result of the deal.

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Earth Moving Company Case Study

75% reduction in tax debt gets this earthmoving company moving again. By the time a Melbourne-based earthmoving company contacted Mackay Goodwin over reducing their accrued debt, they had built up a $280,000 backlog with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

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  • Australian Financial Review Fast 100 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
  • Australian Financial Review Top 100 Accounting Firms 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
  • Australian Financial Review Fast Starters 2016, 2017
  • Financial Times High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific 2020

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