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The paradigm shift in property finance presentation


This presentation covers the paradigm shift in property finance.


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Peter Winterflood
Peter is a Partner in Business Restructuring, and leads BDO’s Debt Advisory team based in Brisbane. He spent 34 years in corporate and commercial banking roles with Westpac, CBA and St George culminating in 12 years as State Manager Queensland for Bankwest. Subsequent to his banking career Peter was the founding director of a debt advisory business, Allegiant Financial Services. Peter’s extensive financial experience and proven capacity to provide insightful advice to business clients on all banking and financial matters has delivered solutions to both banks and clients across a broad range of industries. Peter joined BDO as a Partner in mid-2016 to work closely with our banker and lawyer networks and their clients. Backed by BDO’s complete service offering and industry knowledge, Peter’s extensive banking experience uniquely positions him to deliver a full range of financial solutions. Importantly, he has a proven ability to bridge the communication gap that often emerges between clients and their bankers. Peter has also completed several expert witness assignments and is recognised for his knowledge and experience in all financial matters. - Current at 21 February 2018


This was presented at 4th Property and Construction Intensive .

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