Worrells Solvency and Forensic Accountants have signed on as the Naming Rights Partner for the 2019-2020 Women’s NSW Open.
The two year agreement follows a great year of collaboration and relationship development with Golf NSW and affiliated clubs.
As a specialist accounting firm dealing with clients looking to restructure, windup or achieve business turnaround, Worrells will be available to provide Golf NSW member clubs with expertise around structuring, cash-flow management and other related issues important to club financial health. The firm has put together a package of unique services including business health checks and educational offerings for club directors and professional staff.
Speaking on the new agreement, Worrells Partner Graeme Beattie said “Worrells is known for being the educator in insolvency. We have spent many years crafting an education program for professional advisors through national publications, complimentary seminars, thought leadership articles, webinars and instructional videos. Our involvement with Golf NSW is a natural and exciting extension of our existing role within the business community.”
Stuart Fraser, CEO of Golf NSW said the agreement was great for the future of Championship and highlighted how valuable Worrell’s connection to the golfing community is.
“This agreement ensures the viability of the Women’s NSW Open for the next two years. It will assist us to grow the Championship by taking it to regional areas where we can showcase some of the finest talent in women’s golf from across Australia and around the world.”
Worrells has over 45 years of experience assisting businesses, associations and individuals in finding solutions to corporate and personal insolvency matters. A national firm with 25 offices and 29 partners, Worrells is one of Australia’s largest private insolvency firms and is known in the clubs industry and SME sector for delivering “plain talk, straight answers and fast results”.