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Matthew Crouch

Partner – Audit and Assurance

Bachelor of Commerce/IS (Accounting)
Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
Member of ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association)

Matt has extensive audit and financial reporting experience across many clients in the commercial and not-for-profit sectors.
His expertise includes using IT to assist in the audit and assurance process. He is passionate about maximizing value through the audit process.
His sector experience includes education, religious, disability, aid and development, indigenous, retail and manufacturing
Matt leads our education sector team, which seeks to provide innovative solutions to our many Independent Schools, Colleges, Early Childhood clients.

Get in touch with Matthew through our contact page.

When out
of the office


Sports: Football, Cricket, Soccer.
Matt likes spending time with family and friends. He also like to get out in his garden and veggie patch and going cycling.

Favourite Holiday Destination:

Phillip Island
Matt was born in Cowes, so they are regular visitors down there for holidays and catching up with friends. They love the relaxed atmosphere and getting down to the beach for a swim, surf, fish and beach cricket.

Matthew Crouch's Articles

Pastoral Care Services DGR Category

In December 2021, as part of the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook 2021-22, the Government announced it would establish a new deductible gift recipient (DGR) category for pastoral care funds. The new category is designed to attract philanthropic donations to support an increase of pastoral care and similar well-being services to students in Australian primary […]

JobKeeper for Independent Schools

The Federal Government’s JobKeeper Scheme is expected to be a $320 billion dollar boost for the economy. It is available to businesses which have experienced a drop in turnover due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The scheme was intentionally designed to enable charities to participate and benefit from the scheme, with a lower threshold for the […]