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  1. Meet the CA: Diane Robinson CA

    Diane Robinson CA finished writing her novel Hive of Lies during Auckland’s lockdown and self-published it this year...

  2. Bill Moss AO: ‘It’s going to be a major time for innovation’

    Former Macquarie Bank executive Bill Moss AO has adaptation in a post-pandemic world at the top of his agenda...

  3. Future Leaders 2021

    Community and supporting others is as important as career success for these CAs, aged 35 and under. They are going beyond ‘the role’ and contributing to the profession, the community and a more...

  4. Young Regional Members 2021

    CA ANZ Young Regional Members are recognised for their significant contribution to the accounting profession and their community in their capacity as a CA, ACA or AT. CA ANZ Regional Managers, with...

  5. Calling Future Leaders

    Calling on young CAs to participate in our Future Leaders edition - sharing their exceptional leadership, innovation and commitment to community...

  6. Meet the 2020 President’s Prize winner

    Ryan Hanson CA didn’t set out to be an accountant, but now the President’s Prize winner tells others to aim for the CA...

  7. How Rishabh Tandon CA made it to Google

    Rishabh Tandon CA knew he wanted to live and work overseas, and that’s one reason why he became a chartered accountant...

  8. Good CSR can be a profit centre for business

    Peter Baines OAM told the 2019 CA ANZ Leadership in Government Awards that making money really can be central to doing good...

  9. From both sides now

    Stewart McRobie CA compares what it’s like to work in New Zealand’s public and private sectors...

  10. Vale Michael Andrew AO FCA

    Acuity is saddened to learn of the passing of Board of Taxation chair Michael Andrew AO FCA, a prominent Australian chartered accountant and former global CEO and chairman of KPMG...

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