Rick Hopkins is a Chartered Accountant with over 30 years of experience advising on corporate, taxation and accounting matters. In 1987, he joined the tax consulting division of a "Big 4" accounting firm providing advice to large mining, liquor and property conglomerates.
At PKF Lawler, Rick is a Partner who provides project management, corporate and taxation advice to a wide range of clients with expertise in corporate and structuring advice, capital raising, remuneration, tax and cash flow planning, valuations, superannuation, agricultural syndicates and business mentoring.
Rick has been the principal adviser and office holder in a number of Australian private and public companies, including those operating in property development, hospitality, agribusiness, pearling, financial services and funds management while also taking on management responsibilities in Australia for a number of overseas clients.
Rick has worked on various committees of The Tax Institute and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) and is a regular public speaker.
Rick is a State Councillor with The Tax Institute and is active in the volunteering sector, including holding a variety of positions in the sporting and youth development fields.
His professional affiliations include:
- CTA of The Tax Institute
- Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ)
- Fellow of Financial Services Institute of Australia