- Location: Brisbane, Queensland
- Joined: 2017
- Chair - Qld Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Advisory Board (2003 - 5)
- Chair - SQUAD Foundation
- Non-Executive Director - GivingSimple
Rick Dennis joins Shine Lawyers as the General Manager of Subsidiaries, bringing over 35 years’ experience in corporate industries. He specialises in corporate restructuring and has overseen many high-profile restructuring assignments throughout his career.
Rick’s profession began in corporate restructuring with Ernst & Young, where he spent over three decades working inter-state and internationally. Throughout this time, Rick held various leadership and management roles including Chief Operating Officer in Oceania and Chief Financial Officer in Asia-Pacific. He also fronted the company’s Australia-China business group for three years, servicing Chinese and Australian clients in major bilateral trade and investment initiatives.
In 2015, Rick left Ernst & Young and established his own corporate advisory business, before joining the leadership team at Shine. Alongside this work, he currently currently holds a number of Advisory and Non-Executive Director board roles with prominent companies including Australian Super, EWM Group and Springfield Land Corporation.
Throughout his career, Rick has shown support for a variety of charitable foundations through his volunteer work. He was Chair on the Advisory Board for the Queensland Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and now holds Chair and Non-Executive Director positions for SQUAD Foundation and GivingSimple respectively.
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