Morris Forensic provides expert accounting and valuation services in connection with litigation and dispute resolution. Brian heads up a team of specialist forensic accounting experts.
Brian is the principal of Morris Forensic. He has worked in most areas of public accounting and as a general practitioner involved in the provision of taxation, accounting, audit and business services.
Accounting and consulting assignments have included corporate strategy, management reporting, risk management, investment analyses, acquisitions and divestments, computer system analysis and design, taxation planning and general accounting advice.
Brian has been retained in connection with a considerable number of matters involving litigation — including the investigation of financial records and transactions, valuation of businesses and business entities, assessments of loss and damage, audit negligence, accounting negligence and fraud.
Martin has broad-ranging commercial experience from close to 20 years in the accounting profession. He currently specialises in financial investigations, business valuations and quantification of loss, however, his experience encompasses audit, taxation and business advisory.
Martin is the South Australian representative on the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand National Forensic Accounting Committee. He also provides his financial and governance expertise to several organisations, including the City of Playford, where he is the Presiding Member of its Corporate Governance Committee, and Brink Productions Ltd, where he is a board member.
A Chartered Accountant and Business Valuation Specialist, Martin holds a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice (Honours), a Bachelor of Commerce and a Graduate Diploma of Applied Investment and Finance. He has also been admitted to practice as a barrister and solicitor in the Supreme Court of South Australia.
Ben has a background in corporate insolvency and restructuring with experience across a range of industries. More recently, Ben’s focus has been on financial management, business valuations and assessment of economic loss and damages.
Ben holds a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice, a Bachelor of Commerce and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance. A Chartered Accountant and an accredited Business Valuation Specialist, he has also been admitted to practice as a barrister and solicitor in the Supreme Court of South Australia.
Nick has over 5 years’ experience working as an audit manager during which time he had the opportunity to complete a secondment with a leading accounting firm in New York City for 4 months in 2014. Nick has broad experience in auditing a variety of clients and industries ranging from manufacturing, professional services, mining, bioscience and education.
Nick has also been involved with numerous financial fraud investigations, director and auditor negligence litigation, business valuations, calculation of loss, internal control improvement and due diligence engagements. Nick has also been a committee member of the Prospect District Cricket Club since 2011.
Nick holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) from the University of Adelaide and is a Chartered Accountant; in which he received merits for two of the modules. He is also currently studying the graduate diploma of Applied Finance to become an accredited Business Valuation Specialist through the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand.
Emily holds a Master of Accounting and Marketing from the University of Adelaide and completed a Bachelor of Arts (Japanese and Asian Studies) at Osaka University in 2011. Emily is a Provisional Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and is currently completing the CA Program.
Michelle is the administration manager for Morris Forensic. She provides secretarial and administrative support to the forensic accounting team.