Our People

Biography

Keiran is a Director of the Business Advisory division in Northam and Moora, and is responsible for the areas of the Wheatbelt, Midwest and North West of WA.

With more than 20 years' experience in agribusiness and mining industries, Keiran is able to deliver quality service to his clients over a large range of issues. His personal involvement in these industries has given him great insight into the issues affecting many of his clients and assists in providing solutions to them.

Before joining RSM, Keiran worked for a Mining and Civil Construction company helping to develop key infrastructure for future mine sites and expand existing mine sites.

"What motivates me at work is helping my clients develop and grow their businesses and successfully transfer them from one generation to another."

Keiran is an avid cricket follower and keen cyclist who has a knack for remembering strange facts about sportspeople.

Keiran Sullivan is a Partner of RSM Australia Partners and a Director of RSM Australia Pty Ltd.

Solutions Keiran provides

  • asset_15.pngsmall to medium enterprises (SME)
  • accounting and income tax consulting
  • GST consulting
  • budget preparation and cashflow forecasting
  • succession planning
  • business wealth appraisal
  • superannuation and self-managed superannuation funds (SMSF)
  • business strategic planning
  • business mediation
  • foreign income
  • not-for-profit and charitable trust advice

SIGNIFICANT PROJECTS

Completing a review of the current supply chain for WA Citrus Fruit on behalf of Citrus WA and identifying opportunities for future growth in product sales.

Professional associations

  • Member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • Tax Institute of Australia
  • SMSF Association 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Business - Accounting (Edith Cowan University)
  • Chartered Tax Advisor

Registrations

  • Registered taxation agent
  • SMSF auditor
Publications

Managing expectations in farm succession

14 June 2021
Farm succession can take on a different meaning for different people and managing expectations around succession is often tricky. Transferring farming land and assets from generation to generation can often be a challenging process.  Not only is there a variety of tax and legal implications to consider, but you also need to consider th...

Effective Budgeting for agribusiness

4 January 2021
With harvest rapidly ending, attention is turning to the next phase in the farming business operation, planning for the next season. A good way to start planning is to prepare your budget for the coming year! The purpose of a budget is to plan, organise and track your financial performance and requirements for the coming period. A good budget wi...

For farming operations, failing to plan is planning to fail

1 April 2020
In these challenging economic times, trying to maintain a “business as usual” approach to the farming operation can apply a lot of additional unnecessary stress and pressure. At this time of year, many are still looking to finalise operational plans for the farm for the coming 12 months. It was Benjamin Franklin who is credited with the sayi...

Keep your succession plan on the right road!

10 August 2019
At the mention of the words “Succession Planning”, many different emotions may arise. For some, it can be a confusing and difficult time. For others, a more enjoyable experience, an opportunity to help the next generation grow and develop. A good succession plan is a bit like a road map with many roads that get you to your chosen destin...