Pigot Miller Wilson

Accountants & Advisors

PMW Galloway are our specialist team of Strategic Business Advisors (www.pmwgalloway.com.au).

We work with businesses at-risk – which means financial, commercial or personal problems are affecting business performance. We form a collaborative team with your accountant and bank and do short-term change and turnaround projects to get you back on track. When you suspect that your business is at-risk, it almost always is, and the clock is ticking. Call us and we’ll take the weight off your shoulders.

Andrew Logan

andrewlogan_pmwgalloway_strategyAndrew is the ultimate officianado in the strategic advice arena. Backed by many years in corporate markets, he brings ideas for business development, domestic and export markets and business growth. Motivated by solving tricky business problems, Andrew matches his clients devotion to their business ideas and thrives on the success of every business turn-around that he’s a part of. A self-confessed rugby tragic, Andrew is also partial to a good Crossfit workout. In his ‘spare’ time, you’ll find him carving up the coastline surf breaks with his sons or trying to strum the right chords on his guitar to make music.

Strategic advice ★★★★★
Solving business problems ★★★★★
Business partnership development ★★★★
Guitar skills 
Hand-stand push-ups ★★★
Rugby-related injuries ★★★★

Michael Thornhill

Michael_Thornhill_pmwgallowayWith an extensive financial and accounting background, Michael is a total boss at using financial data to create strategies that can turn a business around. Borderline obsessed with developments in science, he loves adding innovative ideas to the hard work of his clients businesses. Michael’s also a master at busying up his days with coaching squad swimming, cycling around the pinnacle loop of Mt Canobolas or wrangling his kids sports commitments. When the day is done and the kids are tucked into bed though, you’ll find Michael drifting back to the hallmarks of his time spent in London – with a nice cuppa tea and a good book. Ah, who are we kidding, it’s probably more likely to be a fine ale than a cuppa tea.

Business strategy ★★★★★
Systems and metrics analysis ★★★★★
Innovation appreciation ★★★★
Holiday planning ★★★
Single-tasking 
Family activities co-ordination ★★★★