×

We’ve noticed that you’re using an unsupported browser,
which may result in pages displaying incorrectly.

For a better viewing experience, we recommend upgrading to the latest browser version of:

Skip to main content
Are you in QLD?

Please select your location to view information that is specific to you.

Menu
Call Call 1800 555 777
1800 555 777
or let us call you

Let Us Call You

Close

Matthew Jackson

Contact us

Manager Corporate Development

03 9602 6888 03 9600 0290
Melbourne, Victoria
English

Matt Jackson joined Slater and Gordon in 2006 and is responsible for Slater and Gordon's mergers and acquisitions and invetsor relations. Matt has over 15 years experince in corporate finance and has presided over 22 acquisitions since Slater and Gordon listed in 2007. 

Matt's role incorporates the identification of acquisition targets in accordance with Slater and Gordon's strategic plan, dealing with the principals of potential acquisitions and the management of the due diligence of those acquisitions.

Matt's role also encompasses the post completion integration of acquisitions and monitoring of performance, development of Slater and Gordon strategic plan,  modelling of financial outcomes and business forecasts as well as the co-ordination of Slater and Gordon's investor relations program.

Expertise

  • Strategic Planning
  • Financial and commercial analysis
  • Valuations of legal firms
  • Project management and due diligence execution
  • Financial modelling

Career History

  • Slater and Gordon since 2006 (manager corporate development)
  • 2000-2006 Hindal Corporate, now Credit Suisse (associate director)
  • 1995-2000 Price Waterhouse Coopers (manager)

Professional qualifications and admissions

  • 2010 Master of Applied Finance, Securities Institute of Australia / Kaplan
  • Fellow, Financial Services Institute of Australia
  • Admission as Charted Accountant , 1997
  • Bachelor of Economics, Monash University, 1993

Memberships and associations

  • Institute of Chartered Accountants
  • Financial Services Institute of Australia