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Bellrock Expands Security and Resilience Business into WA, NZ

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Security and resilience advisory firm Bellrock Partners, recently celebrated its expansion into the WA and New Zealand markets with a cocktail function at Eureka 89 in Southbank, Melbourne.

The evening was attended by more than 100 people across the security, resilience, integrity and property industries. The evening’s guests, hosted by Founding Partner Harry Toukalas, were presented with insights
from Crown Melbourne, General Manager, Security & Surveillance Manager, Craig Walsh, a state government’s perspective on resilience by Victorian Shadow Attorney General, John Pesutto MP, and a brief history of Bellrock Partners by Advisory Chairman, Brian Foster.

Managing Partner, Luke Montgomery, said that ‘the evening provided an ideal opportunity for leaders within the security and resilience industry to come together, enjoy each other’s company, and reflect on what has been a significant period of growth in the sector, and importantly, the challenges that lie ahead’.

Bellrock Partners is continuing to grow its presence in the Australasian market with new offices in Perth and Auckland. This has included the recent of appointment of John Cleary to head up the New Zealand practice, and Adam Worsley to head up the resilience offering internationally. ♦

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