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  1. Māori Language Week: The CA couple putting a Māori lens on audit

    Auditors Talia Tiori Anderson-Town CA and Cameron Town CA measure the success of Māori business by more than a balance sheet...

  2. Specialist shares why risk experts are in demand

    The Chartered Accountants ANZ Risk Specialisation Program was a way for Westpac’s Chithroobi Gunaratnam CA to consolidate her knowledge in an increasingly complex field...

  3. Meet the 2021 CA ANZ President: Dr Nives Botica Redmayne FCA

    Dr Nives Botica Redmayne FCA has a deep passion to make education accessible and appropriate, and business more sustainable...

  4. Meet the CA turned GP: Dr Daniel McIntosh CA

    Tauranga doctor Dr Daniel McIntosh CA chairs the audit committee of The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners...

  5. Meet the CA turned tree saver: Brian Measday CA

    Brian Measday CA had a long career as a CA and then invented a water-saving, tree-establishment product now used worldwide...

  6. “We were bundled into black 4WDs and out of the country in hours”

    Forensic accounting specialist Matthew Ashby CA details some not-quite-right business dealings on The Acuity Podcast...

  7. Difference makers of 2020: Saira Aziz CA

    Saira Aziz CA is firming up governance and risk guidelines as she works amid Qatar’s shifting sands...

  8. “Good auditors keep their antennae up when working with the detail.”

    2020 Women in Finance Awards Auditor of the Year winner Naomi Kewley CA shares some advice that has helped her through this unprecedented year...

  9. Meet the audit expert who hated auditing: Fiona Campbell FCA

    Here’s how IAASB deputy chair Fiona Campbell FCA turned her loathing into love and a high-flying audit career...

  10. Meet Sir Donald Brydon – the audit disruptor

    “Auditing is different to accounting,” says Sir Donald Brydon, and his review calls for it to become a separate profession...

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