Esperance Expansion

Article by Neil Hooper and Glenn Waldock

as featured in the Farm Weekly issue 18 February 2021

The directors and staff of Byfields are excited to announce that we have acquired the practice of Dwyer & Co. in Esperance as of 1 February 2021. We are proud to be 100% committed to rural and regional businesses, and the practice in Esperance is a logical step and a fantastic fit in extending this commitment.

We would firstly like to thank outgoing principal David Dwyer for the opportunity to be involved. We also welcome to the Byfields team David’s former staff members Christine Daniel, Kate Baxter, and Indy-Anna Greasley, along with new recruits Mark Murgatroyd and Tracey Forster.

The office will continue to be located at the same premises from which Dwyer & Co. operated and will be headed up by Mark on a day to day basis.  Mark has over 7 years’ experience in Public Practice in Esperance, holds the Certified Tax Adviser qualification, and is looking forward to assisting clients with their ongoing accounting and taxation needs.

Further strengthening the service level, Perth based Byfields directors Glenn Waldock and Neil Hooper, will be on hand regularly to assist Mark and the team in providing higher level strategy and advice.

Neil is no stranger to the Esperance area, with many farming clients already in the region. Neil has been with Byfields for almost 30 years, with all of that time being dedicated to the service of farming clients  Glenn has over 20 years’ experience with Byfields, working with a range of commercial clients based both in the city and in regional areas.

Mark, Glenn, and Neil would welcome any questions, or the opportunity to have a coffee and discuss your business’ accounting and taxation needs. Drop in or call the office, and Indy will direct your call accordingly.

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Disclaimer: This content provides general information only, current at the time of production. Any advice in it has been prepared without taking into account your personal circumstances. You should seek professional advice before acting on any material.

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