about

SYNEP has a highly experienced senior management team of financial services professionals.


ADAM CRANSTON

Co Chairman and Managing Director  

Adam worked as National Retention Manager for Optus Singtel (ASX: SGT). Adam began his career at Rodgers Reidy chartered accountants as an insolvency accountant. He worked in various fields of insolvency ranging from voluntary administrations, official liquidations, CVLs and receiverships.

Whilst at Rodgers Reidy his area of expertise was in forensic accounting. Subsequently Adam worked at the 180 Group as a consultant to distressed businesses. He also worked in debtor finance sales for the 180 Group. Adam was Chief Financial Officer at Agent Eighteen, a wetsuit design and manufacturing business sales and operations in over ten locations globally. Adam successfully raised both debt and equity capital for Agent Eighteen’s global expansion. Adam holds a Bachelor of Commerce, University of Western Sydney.
Adam has successfully restructured over 30 companies with combined revenues in excess of $350 million.

 

JAY ONLEY

Co Chairman and Managing Director  

Jay understands that each business is different and requires a customised finance solution. Synep is a business finance specialist that can help SME businesses with capital and finance solutions to assist the future business growth.

Jay’s expertise assists clients with cash flow modelling, business plans, asset protection and turnaround strategies. His experience with the award winning turn around (TMA Australian Company Turnaround of the Year Winner 2010) further adds to his dynamic set of pre lending, insolvency and finance skills.

Jay regularly attends TMA workshops and ATO lectures and conducts workshops on cash flow finance, and workout proposals for the major banks and professional associations.

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communication) – University of NSW
TMA CTP Turnaround Management
IPA Introduction to Insolvency

MEMBERSHIPS AND ASSOCIATIONS:
Turnaround Management Australia “TMA”