David Gibney was raised as part of a large farming family near Kyneton, Central Victoria. On completing school he opted to study agriculture at the VCAH Glenormiston achieving an Associate Diploma in Farm Management. He acquired his Wool Classing Stencil before gaining further experience in the Beef and Wool industries.
In 1987 David returned to study at Monash University and obtained his Bachelor of Economics, Majoring in Accounting. He planned to merge his interests & experience in the land together with his economics and finance qualifications. Australia's largest privately owned Agribusiness Company, ICM Australia employed him as an Accountant until he returned to his home town of Kyneton. The idea was to oversee the running of the family farm at Baynton whilst continuing his work as an accountant. He also operated a small farming enterprise primarily focused on beef cattle until family commitments took precedence.
David commenced the business in 1995 as a sole practitioner operating from its current position in the centre of town. For two years while setting up the practice, he lectured for the University of Melbourne at the Longernong campus. David is ably supported in his role by several key full time staff including his wife Julie-Anne.
The firm has a keen focus on assisting commercial and service industries in their taxation and business planning areas including incorporating the current opportunities available with superannuation.
David is available for consultation on all tax advice and business planning related issues.