Our Advisory Team

Greg Quinn

Managing Director

Greg Quinn founded EAC Partners in 2009. Greg has over 25 years of experience in global investment banking, specifically in mergers, acquisitions, divestments and capital advisory (debt, equity and venture capital raisings) in Australia, New Zealand, the US and Europe.

Prior Work Experience

 Merrill Lynch: Managing Director, Investment Banking, Industrials and Media
Goldman Sachs: Executive Director, Investment Banking, Industrials
Macquarie Bank: Director, Investment Banking, Resources and Healthcare
Bankers Trust: Director, Investment Banking, TMT and Infrastructure
Samuel Montagu: Associate Director, Investment Banking, Real Estate and TMT

Education

Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) & Master of Arts, University of New South Wales

Harsha Pappu

Associate

Harsha has 4 years of experience within Corporate Finance Advisory and Management Consulting. Harsha has worked across Australia and New Zealand within the Resources, Health & Public Services, Transport & Logistics and Financial Services industries.

Prior Work Experience

 Accenture: Analyst, Corporate Development & Transaction Services / Management Consulting

Education

  Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) / Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) (Honours), University of Queensland

Jesse Tang

Analyst

Prior Work Experience

  EY: Intern, Financial Services Consulting
  Nikko Asset Management: Intern, ESG Investments
  LJM Partners: Intern, Private Equity
  Tiaki Capital: Intern, M&A

Education

  Process of completing an Honours in Finance degree at the University of Sydney
  Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance), University of Auckland

Austin Zhu

Analyst

Prior Work Experience

 Macquarie Group: Intern, FMG

Education

 Process of completing a Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Advanced Computing (Finance and Computational Data Science) dual degree at the University of Sydney

Terrence Zheng

Analyst

Prior Work Experience

 London Strategy Group: Management Consultant

Education

  Process of completing a Bachelor of Actuarial Science (Finance) degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community.
We also pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

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