Pat is a Director of the Business Advisory division in Sydney.
He joined RSM in 2011 following the merger with Guild Accountants. Pat initially worked with Andersen’s for eight years in the corporate recovery division on a range of publicly listed and private sector clients and thereafter he joined KPMG in their strategic vision group, servicing publicly listed clients in Australia and the Asia/Pacific. He subsequently spent six years in London as an executive director of a private health care group which had operations in the UK and Republic of Ireland before he returned to Australia and joined Guild Accountants.
Pat Flanagan is a Partner of RSM Australia Partners and a Director of RSM Australia Pty Ltd.
Solutions Patrick provides
Pat advises SME owners on how to acquire, structure and divest businesses, raise capital, improve financial performance to maximize enterprise value and implement succession plans.
Pat works with boards, owners and senior management of businesses nationally, and across a range of businesses in the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors including IT&C, manufacturing, construction, health care, retail and mining services.
Pat is able to assist clients with:
- strategic and tactical reviews
- entity structuring advice
- acquisition/divestment planning and implementation
- due diligence investigations
- balance sheet management and profitability improvement strategies
- business valuations
- annual accounts and tax compliance
- Adviser to a specialist mining services business on structuring, financing and acquisition strategies. Business has grown from revenues of $1m in a single division, to $24m in four years from three divisions
- Adviser to construction business with revenues growing from $50m, to best of class $120m over two years
- Provided specialist advice on pre divestment strategy to manufacturing business owners, resulting in net sale proceeds to the vendor increasing from $12 million to $17 million.
- Member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
- Bachelor of Commerce - University of Melbourne