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GMO’s Managing Director – Graham O’Hehir controls a team of 15 brokers who sell or consult on more than 200 businesses each year in Western Australia.

GMO has now sold businesses with a collective value of more than $1billion. The businesses sold by GMO cover a diverse range of more than 50 niche categories and vary from major corporate transactions to small family entities.

Graham O’Hehir is active in valuations for family court matters and has appeared as an expert witness in this area on many occasions. He holds qualifications from the University of Western Australia and Edith Cowan University, is past chairman of the Business Broking Chapter of the Real Estate Institute of WA, is Deputy Chair of the Australian Institute of Business Brokers and lectures on the subject of business valuation. His technical and practical experience to offer valuation services to the Small Medium Enterprise business sector in particular, has few peers. Graham has driven the development of a business sales evidence data base within the hundreds of AIBB members and firms. He has access to the AIBB sales data as well as GMO’s extensive records plus data from Ibis world, Company 360 and Business Benchmarks. Graham is a founding member of the Business Valuer Network, an Australia wide group of 17 business valuers.


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