Margaux Beauchamp

Margaux Beauchamp

Director, Corporate Finance

Food & Agribusiness | Healthcare

Corporate Finance & Deal Advisory


Margaux is a seasoned Mergers & Acquisition advisor with over 30 years' experience. She has advised on well over 100 transactions with a combined value of more than $5 billion.  The transactions involved a number of food and agribusiness divestments, acquisitions, IPOs, takeovers, and takeover defence mandates. Margaux leads BDO in Brisbane’s Food and Agribusiness Sector Group.

Margaux has a life long association with the agribusiness industry, having been raised on a cattle station in Far Western Queensland. She maintains a private investment in the beef industry.

Margaux joined BDO in 2012 with a wealth of skills and experience, gained from having worked for a specialist agribusiness advisory firm, Schroders investment bank, a private equity fund, and another global accounting and advisory firm.


  • Corporate strategy
  • Negotiations
  • Divestments
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Valuations
  • Independent Expert Reports
  • Initial Public Offerings
  • Feasibility studies.


  • Food and Agribusiness

Non-Executive Directorships


  • Chair, CPC Group Holdings Pty Ltd (and its subsidiary companies). CPC is an Australian managed, UK owned, Agrifood business with an enterprise value in excess of $950 million. CPC owns and operates a portfolio of nine cattle stations with a carrying capacity of 300,000 head of cattle across 3.6m hectares of land in Australia. The company also holds a 90 per cent interest in Juang Jaya Abdi Alam (JJAA) which owns and operates two feedlots in Indonesia.
  • Chair, Audit Committee, CPC Group Holdings Pty Ltd
  • Member, Nomination and Remuneration Committee, CPC Group Holdings Pty Ltd
  • Non-Executive Director, Benfer Holdings Pty Ltd, holding company for the Darwalla Group, Queensland’s largest chicken producer and a 50 per cent interest in Golden Cockerel, a large chicken processor.
  • Non-Executive Director, Australian Rural Leadership Foundation (ARLF), a Not-For-Profit organisation that has been developing leaders for rural, regional, and remote Australia for more than 25 years. It has 1,500 plus graduates from its four core programs: Australian Rural Leadership Program, Agribusiness Leadership Program, TRAIL-Emerging Leaders Program, and Milparanda (formerly called National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Program), as well as specific industry programs e.g. rice and forestry
  • Member, Audit and Risk Committee, ARLF


  • Non-Executive Director, Binya Pty Ltd, parent company of Mulgowie Fresh Pty Ltd, a large Australian horticultural company with revenues more than $100 million. The company employs over 500 people and operates in South-East Queensland, North Queensland, Gippsland Victoria and Northern New South Wales.
  • Chair, Audit and Risk Committee, Binya Pty Ltd
  • Non-Executive Director, Queensland Rural Adjustment Authority
  • Founding Director, Youth Enterprise Trust
  • Councillor, Mittagundi Outdoor Education Centre


  • Master of Commerce (Dean’s Honour Roll), University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Agricultural Economics (Honours), University of New England


  • Australian Institute of Company Directors
  • Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand