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  1. CA above average for Black Caps batsman

    New Zealand cricketer Jeet Raval is thrilled to be playing Test cricket for New Zealand, but he has already begun the accountancy career he’ll pursue when it’s time to put down his bat...

  2. What a cadetship can do for your career

    Up and comer Jessica Zhou outlines how an accounting cadetship helped fast-track her into an analyst position at Deloitte...

  3. Lorna Jane Clarkson's secrets to success

    Lorna Jane Clarkson, founder of leading activewear brand Lorna Jane, shares the secrets to her success – and it all starts with the morning routine...

  4. CA ANZ Member Profile-Brian Holmes

    In this instalment of our CA ANZ Member Profile series, Brian Holmes CA explains why he left the corporate world for a boutique coffee business...

  5. Simon Mordant on giving dollars and losing pounds

    Investment banker Simon Mordant AM FCA explains why he donated A$15m to the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, and how he shed 55kg in a year...

  6. From Chartered Accountant to professional magician

    Meet Chew Eng Chye, the CA who swapped audit and assurance with PwC for trickery and illusion as a professional magician...

  7. Working abroad: What every CA should consider before accepting a job in a foreign country

    A stint in Japan taught Allyson Pannier CA the danger of earthquakes, and the value of experiencing a country if you want to do business there...

  8. Why charitable giving is important to businesses

    Your charitable gifts are good for humanity, and they can benefit your company...

  9. How to successfully crowdfund a business

    A Brisbane CA has created a café where small business owners can network as the centrepiece of his accounting practice...

  10. The most powerful thing businesses need to succeed

    Nobel Peace Prize winner and former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan delivers a powerful message: "Business cannot prosper in societies that fail". Here's why...