Ed Chan is a Founder and Non Executive Chairman of Chan & Naylor and a leading authority in property and business tax.
A graduate from the University of Technology (Sydney) with a Degree in Business (Accounting Major) and worked in the Chartered Accounting environment for many years before starting Chan & Naylor from a small home office and growing it into a National Financial Services Organisation with offices in most major Capital cities around Australia that services more than 10,000 clients.
A regular key note speaker in many property seminars around Australia, Ed is recognised as one of Australia’s foremost authorities on tax and property.
He has co authored 4 best selling books in subjects covering “How to Legally Reduce Your Tax” to “Creating Wealth for Life through Property Investing”, “Buying Property with your Self Managed Superfund” and how to run a successful Small Business called “From Small to Great”.
He is a regular contributor to many magazines and publications around Australia and his articles are widely read.
Ed also speaks at many Business Seminars around Australia in Best Practice Methodologies on how to build successful businesses.
Amongst the many organisations he has spoken at, Ed has presented at the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Institute of Public Accountants and Australian Society of CPA’s as well as a Key Note Speaker at the annual National Congress of the Australian Taxation Office in Canberra.
Chan & Naylor is the model firm studied by students when completing their MBA at the University of Queensland and for Accounting students passing their CPA exams.
The Chan & Naylor Business now works without Ed’s operational involvement and he has taken on the role of Non Executive Chairman at Chan & Naylor, steering the Company into its next stage of development.
As a way of giving back to the Accounting Industry, Ed now contributes at a Board and Strategic level to many independent Accountancy Firms, helping them improve their efficiencies and run better businesses, resulting in better work life balance.
Ed also sits on various Steering Committees at a Higher Educational level in helping shape the educational outcomes of students.