Our Team

Matthew Lindh

M&A, Equity Capital Markets

Matthew has significant experience in advising small- to mid-market businesses on corporate finance matters. Focusing on the industrials, consumer, mining/resources and financial services sectors, Matthew has managed various M&A and equity capital market transactions.

Prior to Harbury, Matthew was head of corporate finance at Sequoia Financial Group Ltd and worked at global investment bank Daiwa where he was involved in cross-border transactions throughout Asia, USA and Europe. 

Rupert de Crespigny

M&A, Equity Capital Markets

Prior to Harbury, Rupert was a manager at Sequoia Financial Group Ltd in the corporate finance team advising small to mid-market businesses on corporate finance projects. Rupert’s focus is on the industrials, consumer, mining/resources and financial services sectors.

Prior to Sequoia, Rupert was part of the corporate finance team at Cashel House advising clients on small to mid-market transactions. Other former roles include working at Deutsche Bank in the institutional client group sector and the equity research department.

Michael Quinn

Consultant

M&A

Prior to Harbury, Michael was a senior investment banker with Carnegie Wylie & Co. and Lazard.  

Jack Walker

M&A

Prior to Harbury, Jack completed internships at Citi and J.P. Morgan's investment banking divisions. Jack joined Harbury in 2021 and is in his final year studying a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Melbourne, majoring in Finance and Management. In his own time, Jack is a member of the Melbourne University Mentoring Network counselling new students in addition to previously donating time to other charitable organisations. 

Robert Payne

Compliance, Capital Markets

Robert has extensive experience in private and public equity transactions. His major strength is in corporate governance, regulatory submissions, AFS licences and due diligence. Robert has considerable experience in corporate governance and compliance management (wholesale and retail managed investment schemes) with a focus on the financial services, manufacturing, agriculture, biotech and transportation sectors.

Robert is also director of regulatory and compliance consulting firm, Guildfords.