Robert Lissauer is a highly regarded and accomplished Accountant and Business Advisor who consults with US and European firms on their entry and subsequent expansion into the Australian and Asian markets.

With specific expertise in corporate governance, generational change, management buy-outs, business growth strategy and business structuring, Robert partners with companies who seek sound financial and business advice on matters relating to strong corporate governance, social responsibility and improved business performance. 

In his current capacity as  Director in the taxation division of Chartered Accounting and Business Advisory firm Hall Chadwick Melbourne , Robert is responsible for both local and international tax matters, including the tax advocacy division.  His extensive experience providing expert counsel to a wide range of medium to large private companies has earned him a reputation as a dynamic and competent professional with an ability to build trusted advisor relationships with his clients.  

Robert’s broad international experience and successful track record in assisting businesses to develop both inbound and outbound export operations is a testament to his strategic capacity, international network and his distinct ability to read local business conditions and understand the nuances of each market.  His expertise is sought throughout the world and as such, he has presented in the US, China and the UK in relation to the Australian business environment, providing opinion on how to efficiently structure inbound businesses operations.

A keen blogger, reader and regular business traveler, Robert has an impressive capacity to understand different cultures and clearly articulate the most pertinent information to his clients.  Robert is also very civic minded and gives back to the business community by leading and mentoring young professionals. Additionally, he supports a number of charities and has held  advisory positions which incorporate social values that provide a direct benefit to the community.