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Scott Martin

Position: Supervisor
Phone: (02) 8844 8806
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Professional Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Business Administration with a Bachelor of Commerce (Professional Accounting)


Scott Martin joined Smith Hancock in 2012.

Scott supports the Appointees in the running of various types of external administrations. He assists in the day to day fieldwork of various matters and undertakes a variety of tasks as required by the Appointee.  Scott’s strong work ethic enables him to complete matters in a timely manner.  His strong interpersonal skills also enable him to communicate effectively with various stakeholders in insolvency matters to achieve mutually desirable outcomes.

Scott assists with mentoring junior staff in their training and job development.

To date, Scott has worked on various small and medium enterprise external administrations in industries such as:

  • Building and Construction
  • Transportation
  • Real Estate
  • Consultancy
  • Solar Energy
  • Fast Food Retail
  • Fashion Production and Retail

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