Cathro & Partners appoints Henry Kazar to its Canberra office

Canberra, Thursday 5th October 2023 – Corporate restructuring experts Cathro & Partners has appointed Henry Kazar as a senior member of the firm as it continues to build out its insolvency and restructuring advisory practice.

Canberra, Thursday 5th October 2023 – Corporate restructuring experts Cathro & Partners has appointed Henry Kazar as a senior member of the firm as it continues to build out its insolvency and restructuring advisory practice.

With over 40 years of experience as a Chartered Accountant, including 30 years as a Partner, Henry’s unparalleled expertise in corporate and personal restructuring across public and private sectors will be a significant asset to the firm.

Henry joins from Kroll Advisory most recently, having been a Partner with EY for six years, based in Canberra where he was responsible for the restructuring practice. At EY he also held the role of Strategy and Transactions People Partner. He played a pivotal role in the growth and development of the restructuring team, both in the ACT and on a national scale. Prior to that Henry was a principal of his own restructuring practice and understands the pressures of operating a business.

Henry’s vast experience encompasses business reviews, financial viability assessments, profitability analysis, business liquidity and strength of forecasting. His insights and proficiency have been instrumental in advising a broad spectrum of stakeholders in both the public and private sectors.

Notably, Henry was at the forefront of assisting the Federal Government in their Covid-19 response aimed at ensuring business continuity for distressed businesses in the Aged Care sector. Other areas where Henry assisted the Federal Government included the Department of Health – Medicare Integrity and Indigenous Affairs.

In his new role, Henry joins Navin Lal in Cathro & Partners’ Canberra office, where he will be responsible for serving clients in the ACT and nationally. He will be responsible for assisting the team build out the firm’s national bankruptcy and corporate restructuring capability, as well as assisting with the development of its presence within the Federal Government.

“We are delighted to welcome Henry to our team,” said Simon Cathro, Cathro & Partners’ Managing Partner. “His vast experience and deep insights into restructuring and financial assessments will undoubtedly elevate our firm’s offerings and reinforce our commitment to excellence.”

For more information or press inquiries, please contact:

Simon Cathro

Managing Partner

Cathro & Partners

Mbl: 0416 014 889

simon.cathro@cathropartners.com.au

About Cathro & Partners

With offices in Sydney, Brisbane and Canberra, Cathro & Partners are experts in providing insolvency and restructuring services that help to create and preserve business value. Founded in 2021 by industry expert Simon Cathro, the boutique firm specialises in restructuring, turnaround, personal and corporate insolvency, safe harbour, secured enforcement services, government advisory services and pre-lending services.

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