Who we are

BRI Ferrier is Australia and New Zealand’s fastest-growing business recovery, insolvency, forensics and advisory firm.

BRI Ferrier’s team has the expertise and resources to meet any client challenge. By combining our skills and enthusiasm, we achieve the best possible outcomes in all cases where a business experiences financial distress.

The BRI Ferrier approach

At BRI Ferrier, we approach every engagement with impartiality and rigour. We act swiftly and responsively to help resolve our clients’ financial challenges efficiently.

Our experience, professionalism and tailored approach enable us to deliver commercial solutions that are innovative, independent and intelligent.

BRI Ferrier’s history – a timeline

2002  Peter Krejci and Martin Green, from Grant Thornton, establish GHK in Sydney.

Former Ferrier Hodgson partners, join GHK to establish Ferrier GKS.

Sims Partners’ Adelaide office splits from the Sims Partners national practice to establish BRI Partners.

BRI Partners joins Ferrier GKS to establish BRI Ferrier.


Jessups Cairns and Townsville join the BRI Ferrier network as an affiliate providing insolvency, audit and assurance services.


Ian Currie from Currie Biazos Insolvency Accountants in Brisbane establishes BRI Ferrier Southern Queensland.


John Carrello establishes BRI Ferrier Western Australia and Carrello Partners joins the BRI Ferrier network.


Chapman Atkins Chartered Accountants in Auckland, New Zealand, joins the BRI Ferrier network as affiliates.


Melbourne office opens, growing the BRI Ferrier’s Australian network.

Castlereagh Capital established by BRI Ferrier.


BRI Ferrier introduces a turnaround management venture.

BRI Ferrier acquires interest in a managed investment services provider. 


BRI Ferrier Western Australia grew after merging with Shaun Boyle and his DCS Advisory team.

BRI Ferrier Sydney bolsters its forensic, expert witness and valuation services adding new senior experts to the team.


BRI Ferrier Sydney restructures its practice with a view to the future, exiting certain older practitioners.