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Nathan Stubing

Nathan Stubing

  • Managing Director
  • Corporate Finance & Restructuring
  • T: +61 8 6430 1394
  • F: +61 8 9321 8544
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    • Level 47, Central Park
    • 152-158 St. Georges Terrace
    • Perth, WA, 6000
    • Australia
    • T: +61 8 9321 8533
    • F: +61 8 9321 8544

Nathan Stubing is a Managing Director in the Corporate Finance & Restructuring practice of FTI Consulting and is based in Perth, Australia.

Nathan’s extensive restructuring experience includes monitoring trading performance, reviewing the underlying viability of businesses and trading multiple entities across a variety of industries, including mining and mining services, residential and commercial property, manufacturing, hospitality and tourism, logistics and education.

Significant Engagements

  • Assisting the agent for the mortgagee in possession of several distressed Western Australian real properties, both residential and commercial/industrial.
  • The trading and selling of a number of significant equipment supply businesses servicing the mining sector. Sold a significant Adelaide CBD commercial building.
  • The management and preparation for sale of a significant Adelaide CBD commercial building.
  • Operated and traded DWN Distributors Pty Ltd, a transport and cold storage operator, and ACN 078 898 281 Pty Ltd formerly trading as Kemalex Plastics Pty Ltd, a plastic injection moulder business.

As a result of his expertise in the area, Nathan has been a court-appointed liquidator to a recently commenced, high-end residential development and managed the court-appointed liquidation of an overseas luxury resort, following legal action contesting the sale.

Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Nathan was a Corporate Recovery and Insolvency Manager at Baker Tilly Cayman, where he was the appointed liquidator and manager of cross-border insolvency and asset tracing assignments. Before that, he was a Manager at KordaMentha, where he managed corporate appointments including voluntary administrations, creditors' voluntary liquidations, official liquidations and receiverships.

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