David Armstrong

David commenced Public Practice in 1983. Initially as Partner with Rod McKenzie, founder of McKenzie & Partners for ten years, David then founded Armstrong Partners, now Armstrong Dubois Chartered Accounts, in 1993. Of interest to many long standing clients, Rod McKenzie rejoined with David and Daniel Dubois during his later years of Public Practice, mentoring the younger members of staff and consulting with a broad range of clients for and on behalf of the Firm.

In addition to specialisations in audit and financial modelling and consulting, David holds an ongoing financial service consultancy with an international hotel group and has previously worked in England, Asia, and the Pacific Rim performing due diligence, valuation assessment and management services for a range of international Firms focused primarily on International Hotel Development.

During 1995/1996, David completed a Masters of Business Administration Degree at the University of Melbourne Business School.

David was appointed by the Federal Government (reporting directly to DFAT, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade) to finance and develop the Australian Mission Compound in Dili East Timor - Sept 99 to March 2001- Project cost $5.3 Million.

David founded Health Exports Australia Ltd (HEAL), which has carried out feasibility studies for health and radiography clinics for Australia. The Coy’s main focus is to provide “remote location” health solutions utilizing satellite and internet technologies to remotely service on site equipment (renal dialysis machines) and transfer patient data (MRI imaging pictures, blood sample analysis etc) back to a series of base hospitals for expert analysis.

David also held the position of Non Executive Chairman of the publicly listed Wentworth Mutual Limited from March 2008 – April 2009 Perth, Australia, taking the Company through to a successful Capital Raising that saw control pass to new stakeholders and successful implementation of the growth strategy platform initiated by his Board.