B.Bus / FCA BV
Director – Forensic Services
Paul Vincent works on a comprehensive engagement profile across the area of forensic accounting in the commercial group. Paul’s expertise is in family law and commercial litigation disputes, criminal matters and professional negligence actions.
Paul is an active member of the forensic accounting and Chartered Accountant Australia & New Zealand (CA ANZ) communities (see Memberships) and was National Chairman (2000 – 2005) and Queensland Chairman (1999 – 2005) of the CA ANZ’s Forensic Accounting Special Interest Group (FASIG).
- Professional Year Program, Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand (CA ANZ)
- Accredited Business Valuation Specialist (CA ANZ)
- Bachelor of Business (Accountancy) (Queensland Institute of Technology)
- Authorised Representative, Vincents Financial Advisory, ABN 40 010 855 991, AFS Licence No 236608
Paul founded Vincents Chartered Accountants in 1989. He has an extensive background in litigation support and forensic accounting across his specialties. He has worked in various fields within accounting, including his early audit, taxation, insolvency and consulting career at KPMG (formerly Hungerfords).
- Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand (CA ANZ) – Fellow
- Australian Institute of Company Directors – Graduate
- CA ANZ, Professional Conduct Tribunal – Appointed Member
- CA ANZ, Business Valuation Specialisation – Assessor
- City of Brisbane Investment Corporation Pty Ltd – Director
- City of Brisbane Investment Corporate Pty Ltd Finance, Finance and Audit Committee – Chair
- City of Brisbane Investment Corporate Pty Ltd Finance, Investment Review Committee – Member
- St Margaret’s School Council Limited – Director
- St Margaret’s School Council Limited Finance Committee – Member
- Autism CRC Ltd – Director
- Autism CRC Ltd Finance and Audit Committee – Chair
- Queensland University of Technology, Masters of Business – Quest Lecturer
- Registered Tax Agent
- Justice of the Peace (Qualified)
Publications & Presentations
Paul has published and presented many papers on a variety of forensic accounting issues both in Australia and overseas for legal bodies, universities and various professional organisations including more recently ‘Assessment of Damages in Commercial Disputes’ workshops in 2007 for NSW Law Society/NSW College of Law and Queensland Law Society Symposium. He is also a guest lecturer in Monash University’s Graduate Certificate of Forensic Studies (2001 – current) and Queensland University of Technology’s Masters of Business (current).