Delivering solutions that make a difference is my key objective.

Stewart is a Partner/Director of the Bentleys Audit team. He has over 15 years audit and professional experience – which started with several years’ tenure with the Audit division at one of the “Big 4” firms in Brisbane. When international opportunities arose, Stewart relocated to London (UK) and Singapore, before returning back to Brisbane in 2007.

Whilst in London, Stewart broadened his business acumen through roles in investment banking and commerce before reapplying his skills to audit practice. Further international experience was obtained in Singapore.  This experience has provided valuable insight for the clients Stewart has worked with since resettling in Brisbane.

During his career, Stewart has assisted clients of various sizes across a broad range of sectors. He has expert technical knowledge across all facets of audit and assurance.

Stewart’s experience blends technical expertise with a commercial perspective to accounting issues, allowing him to provide practical “real world” business advice. A hands-on approach and strong project management skills ensures he develops strong relationships with his clients.

Stewart has extensive internal audit experience and has been responsible for a large number of internal audits including internal control reviews, payroll reviews and governance reviews. Stewart is the financial audit partner for an APRA regulated superannuation fund and has extensive knowledge of APRA financial reporting and prudential standards.

We use Bentleys Audit Service because they have greatly assisted us in amending our business procedures and helping us to increase our efficiency.

Audit Client Queensland

Qualifications/Professional Memberships/Appointments

  • Chartered Accountant
  • Registered Company Auditor
  • Board Member – Multicap

Specialist Areas

Stewart has specialist expertise in the following services areas:

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