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Moore Australia maintains bullish outlook, welcomes the future with new Directors and Senior Leadership Appointments

Moore Australia maintains bullish outlook, welcomes the future with new Directors and Senior Leadership Appointments

Moore Australia

Moore Australia is pleased to announce the promotion of 4 Directors and 1 Principal (Associate Director). This brings the total number of Partners and Directors at Moore Australia to 77:
Name Firm City Title Services
Laura Osborne Moore Australia (VIC/TAS) Melbourne Director Business Advisory
Anthony Molloy Moore Australia (VIC/TAS) Melbourne Director – Government Incentives Tax
Thomas (Tom) Cusmano Moore Australia (WA) Perth Director Tax,
Business Advisory
Callum Jarvis Moore Australia (QLD/NNSW) Brisbane Principal (Associate Director equivalent) Business Advisory
Antonio De Souza Moore Australia (SA/NT) Adelaide Director Audit
Moore Australia is a network of independent professional services firms with staff and offices across Australia. of Moore Australia is also an independent member of Moore Global, the 11th largest professional services network in the world.

The 2023-2024 financial year has been a period of significant growth and achievement for both Moore Australia and the Moore Global network. Moore Australia has expanded its team from around 540 staff members in 2023 to a robust 600 staff members in June 2024. In the 2023 calendar year, Moore Global demonstrated its global reach and influence by increasing revenue to US $4.5bn, expanding to 114 countries, and growing its team to an impressive 37,153 staff members.

Both networks project strong growth for the upcoming year, bucking trends seen by larger competitors in the sector. Increased vacancy applications as well as organic revenue growth and multiple tuck-ins and acquisitions demonstrate a clear appetite for mid-sector firms among both staff, peers and clients.

David Tomasi, Chairman of Moore Australia’s national board commented:

“In the wake of the Big-4 media coverage over the last few years, we are seeing clients and staff alike make more considered choices. Our focus as a network is on continued investment and the development of our staff, to ensure our practices stay ahead, and are able to meet the challenges of the future head on.”

Senior Leadership Appointments

In addition to the Director appointments, there will be a number of changes to Senior Leadership:

Moore Australia (QLD/NNSW)
Matt Thomson has been appointed as CEO of Moore Australia (QLD/NNSW), with
Greg Mallam stepping down over a phased period. Before joining Moore Matt was CEO and Managing Partner at the Carey Group. He commented:

“It is inspiring to see how the next generation of leaders are driving transformation and incorporating innovation into their day-to-day mission to help clients navigate this changing world.”

Moore Australia (SA/NT)
Steven Moore has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer at Moore Australia (SA/NT) and will be based in the firm’s Adelaide Office. Steven has over 25 years’ experience working in accounting firms, including 13 years as a partner at Accru Adelaide. He has spent the last 10 years in various executive roles across sport, not-for-profits, and most recently back in professional services.  

Moore Australia (WA)
After over six years at the helm, David Tomasi will be stepping down as Managing Partner of the Perth-based firm, with
James Tng, 48, assuming the role. David will remain as Chairman of the Moore Australia national board until further notice and will also remain as a Moore Global Board member and Moore Global Sector Leader for Energy, Mining & Renewables.

James Tng comments:

“I am excited about the future of our profession. Over the past decade, we have seen more innovation and change than in the 50 years prior. The advent of new technology, such as AI, cloud computing and more, has made considerable changes, which means that we must be an innovation-driven profession, whilst not losing sight of the common humanity that makes us a trusted advisor.”