Our People


Reginald is a Principal in our Restructuring and Recovery division and is based out of our Perth office. 

As an experienced adviser, Reginald offers specialist advice on a range of personal and corporate insolvency matters. Reginald is passionate about helping businesses in financial trouble, offering them a pathway to end financial uncertainty.

"I reassure my clients that there are always options available to them. They will often say to me: I should have come and seen you sooner. " 

Prior to RSM, Reginald was in the army for two and a half years and has also worked in marine repairs and chartering services.

Reginald believes his superpower is his knowledge of classic Porsche cars and considers himself an amateur race car driver. 


  • Bankruptcy Services
  • Personal Insolvency Reginald is a Principal in our Restructuring and Recovery division and is based out of our Perth office. 
  • Voluntary Administration
  • Solvency Reviews
  • Business Restructuring and Turnaround
  • Government Grant Assessment Services
  • Languages spoken other than English include Mandarin and Indonesian


  • Traded on a lifestyle village for over 55 year olds, preserving the goodwill whilst running the sale process.
  •  Assisted individuals in navigating through difficult financial times by exploring options for a fresh start.


  • Member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • Member, Australian Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association


  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Professional

Director Penalty Notice: Next steps

27 May 2022
Help! I received a letter from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) warning of a possible director penalty notice (DPN) for unpaid company debt. What should I do? The ATO recently issued over 50,000 warning letters to directors whose companies have existing ATO debt and have not taken the necessary steps to manage this debt. The ATO ...

Signs of Insolvency | Part Two: Is my business ok?

24 March 2022
It’s normal for a business to experience financial ups and downs, and even longer periods of financial stress. But how do you tell the difference between temporary stress and financial distress leading to insolvency? The simple definition of insolvency is when a business cannot pay its debts when they fall due. Sometimes this is a littl...

Proposed Insolvency Reforms for Small Businesses

1 October 2020
On 24 September 2020, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg announced significant insolvency reforms to commence on 1 January 2021 (subject to legislation). The reforms are focussed upon the restructure or liquidation of companies with less than $1m in debt and include: A new debtor in possession process – to restructure the debt on the balance...