About Us

We are a dedicated team of small business experts who understand the specific hurdles small businesses face. No matter your challenge, we’ll ensure tailored guidance.

The Small Business Experts

The Olvera First Difference

Olvera First, brings specialised restructuring and insolvency expertise to small businesses. We leverage Olvera Advisors’ vast experience and apply it small businesses to provide unparalleled expertise. Our experts have a deep understanding of the unique challenges of small businesses and a proven track record of getting them the help they need.

Meet Our Team

Olvera Team Members

Tony Wright


Tony contributes 15 years of insolvency experience to Olvera Advisors, with diverse industry expertise and a unique background in ASIC’s Enforcement Division.

Mirzan Mansoor


Mirzan has 13 years of experience in restructuring and turnaround, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions and corporate banking in Australia and Singapore

Ivana Widjaja

Senior Analyst

Ivana joined Olvera in March 2022 as an Analyst. She is driven and motivated and holds qualifications in Commerce.

Diana Talevski


Diana Talevski is a dedicated and experienced Registered Trustee in Bankruptcy, specialising in the dynamic field of restructuring.

Martin Thomas

Small Business Specialist

Martin is a dedicated small business specialist who will be with you along every step of your small business journey.

Need Help?

Frequently Asked Questions

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) defines a small business as a business employing fewer than 20 people. Categories of small businesses include:

  • Micro-businesses – businesses employing between 1 to 4 people (also includes non-employing businesses).
  • Other small businesses – businesses employing between 5 to 19 people

Eligible, your business must:

  • Be a company (not a sole trader)
  • Have less than $1m in debt

A company is insolvent once it is not able to pay all the company’s debts when they become payable.

Warning signs that a company is insolvent include

  • accruing losses
  • cashflow difficulties,
  • overdue taxes and lodgments
  • legal issues
  • difficulty gaining access to new credit