About Lachlan Colquhoun

Lachlan Colquhoun has been a journalist for more than three decades, and has written for some of the world's best known mastheads such as the Financial Times, the South China Morning Post, and The Australian Financial Review.

He was the Hong Kong-based Asia business correspondent for the London Evening Standard from 1998-2002 and has also worked extensively in broadcast journalism, as a producer and documentary maker for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

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  1. Meet New Zealand’s new Controller and Auditor-General

    In this Q&A, Acuity chats with Martin Matthews FCA, New Zealand’s newly elected Controller and Auditor-General...

  2. Domestic violence policies can save lives

    A workplace can offer practical – even life-saving – support to victims of domestic violence...

  3. The future looks good on paper

    Ask Michael Boggs CA, chief executive of New Zealand media conglomerate (NZME), whether he sees a bright future for newspapers and the answer is a resounding “yes”...

  4. CA skills win big in Kununurra: Jodie Silvester CA

    Jodie Silvester CA moved to outback Western Australia for family reasons, but it propelled her to a national business award...

  5. Talking to Amazon’s money man

    Could there be a Bank of Amazon? Its treasurer Kurt Zumwalt is helping the behemoth push into fintech and other services...

  6. Kris Peach FCA: The push and pull of changing standards

    The AASB’s Kris Peach FCA has faced friction and pushback over changing accounting standards, but she’s not fazed...

  7. Making accounting count for Indigenous Australians

    Matthew Jones CA works with footy legend turned entrepreneur Adam Goodes, and says accounting can change Indigenous lives...

  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. John Bell CA: An inside edge on tech

    Former Fletcher Building CIO John Bell CA was convinced that outsourcing a major tech overhaul at the group was a mistake...

  10. A profession without ethics isn’t a profession

    People think ethics is more important to a profession than education or work experience, finds new CA ANZ research...

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