ODA Advisory (ODAA) and Paul Sadler Consultancy have signed an MOU: memorandum of understanding, which will see the two organisations expand their reach into the aged care sector.
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Paul Sadler has extensive experience in aged care, both as a past CEO of Presbyterian Aged Care NSW & ACT, and more recently as interim CEO of Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) and the newly formed Aged & Community Care Providers Association (ACCPA). Mr Sadler played a key role in representing the sector in proposals to the government and in submissions at the Aged Care Royal Commission.
He is an acknowledged expert in understanding the aged care reform agenda, government policy and the future of aged care.
ODAA is a philanthropic advisory firm, and a subsidiary of the PBL Law Group, with experienced advisors covering a range of disciplines, including financial management, accounting, mergers and acquisitions, high-level HR advice, legal, and corporate structuring. All advisors provide their advisory services pro bono to ODAA – with little overheads – ODAA is more than competitive on fees for service.
All fees earned by the ODAA advisory team are for the ultimate benefit of a small number of needy charities, through an annual donation.
In a statement, Mr Sadler commented, “I’m delighted to partner with ODA Advisory Pty Ltd. Together we look forward to supporting smaller to medium-sized aged and community care providers, especially not-for-profit organisations.”
“This is a time of tremendous change for the aged care sector. We know providers will need trusted and experienced support to make sensible strategic decisions in this environment.”
In welcoming the MOU signing, Ron Thomsen, Managing Director of ODAA said “ODAA’s capacity to provide a range of experienced Advisors in implementing transactions is complementary to the aged care expertise Paul Sadler Consultancy will bring to the partnership.”
The new partnership is focused on addressing the needs of the aged care sector, with support for boards and management across strategic and operational areas.