About Brealey Quill Kenny

Canning Vale certified practising accountants

Brealey Quill Kenny is an accounting practice based in Canning Vale – a busy business and residential area south of Perth.

Brealey Quill Kenny was established by Darren Brealey, Steve Quill and Zane Kenny in March 2000 out of a desire to build an accounting practice based on sound advice, good client service and a friendly team. In August 2001 Martin Williams joined the firm specialising in business and financial analysis services and was introduced as a partner in July 2005.

Brealey Quill Kenny’s services have grown from the preparation of annual tax returns and financial statements to a multi-disciplinary practice. The growth was aided by the recruitment of key team members and alliances with other professional service providers.

Brealey Quill Kenny’s services include:

Our team comes from a diverse range of backgrounds which we often draw upon when undertaking client engagements. Our team is supported through our network of professional memberships and affiliations. We pride ourselves on having quality procedures and practices. Brealey Quill Kenny was the first WA firm to implement a software application called BOS which incorporates over 1,000 pages of best practice procedures and documents.

Brealey Quill Kenny operates from within the Market City Commercial Centre offices at the corner of South Street and Bannister Road, Canning Vale. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any of our accounting services in Perth.

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Our Team

The following provides an outline of the experience and roles of the team members at Brealey Quill Kenny, certified practising accountants, in Canning Vale, Perth.  
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