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  1. Managing mental health and work

    Arthur Kirk FCA discusses managing his mental health issues while doing what he can to help others struggling with their mental health...

  2. Profession loses leading figure Allan Wadams FCA

    The New Zealand accounting profession has lost an iconic figure...

  3. Driving digital transformations

    Jane Muirsmith FCA, managing director of Lenox Hill, shares insights from 25 years in the world of digital...

  4. Margaret Zhang and the future of work

    Loaded up on technology and global ambition, the younger generation is ready to take the modern workforce by storm. And fashion icon Margaret Zhang is leading the charge...

  5. CA ANZ president urges CAs to evolve

    The new president of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Cassandra Crowley FCA, plans to help the organisation evolve to stay relevant...

  6. Stuart McNutt CA in stunning Slovakia

    In this Q&A, Stuart McNutt CA shares his unique experience about living and working as a finance manager in Slovakia...

  7. Former PwC partner on the business of musical theatre

    Bernie Eastman's passion for staging musical theatre and opera should strike a chord for everyone in business – whether they have an ear for music or not...

  8. Annaliese Allen CA on career transitioning

    How one CA authored her transition from high-flying corporate to small business owner after becoming a mother...

  9. A contemporary model for traditional accounting work

    Inside a Queensland CA's decision to turn her back on consulting to focus on compliance and achieving a better work-life balance...

  10. 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...

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