Gordon Brothers Expands Australian Operations

Press Release

Matthew Aubrey and Fenton Healy Appointed as Managing Directors

Date Oct 30, 2017

Gordon Brothers, the global advisory, restructuring and investment firm, announced two appointments to its Australia team today. Matthew Aubrey and Fenton Healy join the firm as managing directors and will focus on expanding the group’s liquidity and asset-based solutions for clients across the region. 

“We are thrilled to welcome Matt and Fenton to the group,” said Tim Stewart, head of Australia for Gordon Brothers. “Their shared experience in asset valuation and remarketing will form a strong base for the product offerings, services and principal investments in which we specialise.”

Aubrey brings 17 years of experience across commercial, industrial and retail sectors. Prior to joining Gordon Brothers, Aubrey was the owner and director of Plant & Equipment Solutions, which specialised in asset management and disposition solutions and was acquired by GraysOnline in 2012.

“Gordon Brothers holds a unique position in the Australian marketplace and has been growing rapidly. I’m excited to be part of this next phase of expansion,” stated Aubrey.

Healy also joins from GraysOnline, where he held numerous sales, senior management, directorial and leadership roles and was one of the original major shareholders. He has over 20 years of experience in asset valuation and liquidation.

“There’s tremendous opportunity to further develop financial and liquidity solutions for the Australian market. I’m excited to build upon the existing Gordon Brothers platform to provide the liquidity firms need,” added Healy.

Gordon Brothers launched its Australian operations in the spring of 2017. The firm focuses on providing investment, interim operations and disposition solutions to companies and their advisors at all points in the business cycle and throughout the supply chain. Gordon Brothers operates out of 25 offices across five continents, including North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.