Cindy is a manager of the firm and has 10 years’ experience in public practice, primarily in the areas of business services and taxation. Prior to joining Ecovis Clark Jacobs, Cindy worked in a number of Sydneybased chartered firms as well as a large mid-tier accounting firm.
Throughout her career, Cindy has built extensive experience in advising small to large businesses and multinational organisations across a variety of professional disciplines including structuring, cash flow management, forward planning, financial reporting and tax consulting. She has worked with a wide range of business clients, high net worth individuals and self-managed superannuation funds across a diverse range of industries, including medical and dental, legal, property development, building and construction, media, investment and education.
Cindy works closely with business owners and proactively seeks solutions to maximise tax efficiency and to ensure that capital extraction and the eventual exit are carried out in the most taxefficient way. She has built enduring relationships with her clients and is committed to developing practical and tailored strategies to enhance the value of the business and assist clients in achieving their financial goals.
Significant Global Entities - Statutory reporting and advising on the various cross border reporting obligations for Australian entities that are part of a global group, with turnover of more than one billion Australian dollars, including preparation of international dealings schedules.
Business Entry to Australia - Advising on structure, taxation and statutory requirements for multinational organisations intending to do business in Australia, including setting up the right structure tailored to clients’ specific needs and the relevant industry, and ensuring ongoing compliance with those requirements.
Financial Reporting - Statutory financial reporting for large private groups and foreign-owned Australian subsidiaries.
Business Structuring - Advising on structuring strategies for start-up businesses and a number of existing private groups in the building and construction, commercial equipment leasing and investment sectors to ensure asset protection, maximise tax efficiency and facilitate access to small business capital gains tax concessions.