Jay’s focus is on providing robust and commercial advice relating to the valuation of shares, businesses and intangible assets, whether required to create, protect, or communicate value.
He also provides forensic accounting services in a wide range of matters including shareholder disputes, financial investigations, and relationship property proceedings.
Jay has given business valuation and forensic accounting expert evidence in the High Court, Family Court and in other dispute resolution forums.
Jay enjoys working with businesses from a variety of industries, ranging from entrepreneurial privately held businesses through to large listed multinational companies. He has extensive business valuation experience across a wide range of industries and sectors.
Jay currently sits on the Business Valuation Board of the International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC), a leading independent body in setting valuation standards globally.
Jay is formally approved by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand as a Business Valuation Specialist, which recognises he has undertaken specific relevant study and gained experience to the level he is considered to have specialist skills in business valuation. He is a committee member of the CAANZ business valuation special interest group.
Jay speaks regularly at professional events and is widely published on valuation issues.
- Bachelor of Management Studies in Accounting - Waikato University – 1st class honours (1996)
- Chartered Accountant (CA) of Charted Accountants Australia and New Zealand
- Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ACA)