Mark Williams



Managing Director

Mark is a guy you want in your corner. He’s not only full of industry experience, but he’s someone who truly cares about his team and his clients.

Mark loves nothing more than helping people realise their ambitions, giving back to the community and coming home to his beautiful family at the end of the day.

  • Driven by his desire to make a substantial impact on our clients, team, community and the world around us.
  • Family – with 2 young, energetic and ambitious kids – much of his spare time is spent with them.
  • Sport, music, church and travel.
  • Following rugby league, soccer, cricket and tennis.
  • Playing golf, exercising at F45 gym, snowboarding.
  • Playing the drums when time and noise restrictions permit!
  • Joined the practice in 2000, in his first year of university.
  • Admitted as Director in 2007 and Managing Director since 2017.
  • Extensive experience in providing taxation, accounting, superannuation, structuring and restructuring, and business advisory services.
  • Focuses much of his time on strategy, systems and operations, quality control, branding, marketing, and maintaining and developing strong client relationships.
  • Involved with clients at a relationship and strategic advisory level.
  • Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Macquarie University
  • Graduate Diploma of Finan Planning – Kaplan
  • Member – Chartered Accountants Australia and NZ (CA)
  • Member – Director Institute
  • Registered tax agent
  • Xero certified advisor
  • Justice of the Peace
  • Driving force behind partnership between B1G1, including study tour to Cambodia.
  • Recommended and assisted over 50 business clients to transfer to the cloud.
  • Taking on a CFO role, helping with cashflow and budgeting, and contributing to the growth of a prominent Sydney architect firm.
  • Advised on numerous business sales and restructures – many tax free
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