Shabnam Amirbeaggi, together with Nicholas Crouch, are the principals of the well-established, Australia wide insolvency practice, Crouch Amirbeaggi.
Shabnam was one of the first women in Australia to have dual registration as an Official Liquidator and Trustee in Bankruptcy and at the time of her registration was the youngest female dual qualified insolvency practitioner in Australia. She was also the first Australian woman to be made managing partner of an insolvency firm and is passionate about mentoring more women to pursue their career in the industry.
In over 20 years of handling corporate insolvencies, Crouch Amirbeaggi have worked with all major financial institutions and managed well over half a billion dollars in creditor claims. Some of the more well-known insolvencies they dealt with include Ansett Airlines, The Sydney Kings, Heritage Fine Wines and the Elderslie Finance Corporation.
Whilst such major cases helped establish their reputation for delivering cost effective and timely outcomes, Shabnam and Nicholas have always had a passion for and focus on helping small business navigate through financial difficulties and find solutions to help businesses survive.
Unfortunately, not every business can be saved. In such instances, Shabnam and Nicholas offer a straight-forward and low-cost liquidation service.