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Simon Hancox, Partner, Grant Thornton Australia

Simon Hancox

Partner at Grant Thornton Australia

Brisbane, Australia

About Me

As well as being one of Grant Thornton’s most experienced auditors, I am the national head of the firm’s Not for Profit (NFP) industry group, a passionate group of people dedicated to supporting and helping grow Australian NFPs.

As NFPs strive to adopt higher professional standards and adapt to an ever-changing regulatory landscape, along with my team I assist some of this country’s most admired NFPs with internal and external audits and advice covering investments, governance and business and technology risk.

With over 25 years’ experience, I successfully combine technical expertise with specialist skills and a strong commercial awareness. I represent Australia on Grant Thornton International’s steering committee for the Not for Profit industry. Meeting quarterly, the steering committee provides global insights into the major trends affecting the sector. 

I invest significant time in my client relationships, and am known for my ability to guide clients from privately owned organisations to diversified groups and on to public listing. My experience and insight allows me to assist my clients through every stage of their business development.

As well as advising a number of long-standing clients in the health and aged care and charitable sectors, I also assist clients in a range of other sectors, including retail and wholesale, manufacturing, real estate and construction and information and technology.

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