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  1. Help is there for a disciplinary hearing

    How should accountants approach a disciplinary hearing? Dennis Robertson FCA shares insights from years of sitting on CA ANZ’s Australian Disciplinary Tribunal...

  2. 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...

  3. Collaboration key for Kiwi businesses

    New Zealand businesses need to work together to compete at a world-class level...

  4. 1+1 Partnerships

    Martin Bailey FCA and Cameron McGregor FCA of McGregor Bailey Chartered Accountants, Auckland, first worked together in 1976...

  5. New AASB chair’s virtual kick off

    The coronavirus pandemic gave Dr Keith Kendall, the new chair of Australia’s accounting standard setter, a curious start...

  6. Meet the CA supporting teens’ mental health

    This Albury-based CA wanted to be a plumber at high school in the 1970s, but now his finance skills assist Teen Clinic...

  7. Thankyou Water co-founder fights global poverty with social enterprise

    Thankyou Water Daniel Flynn co-founder talks about fighting poverty, social enterprise models and social media...

  8. Water sports and accounting the perfect mix for Saimon Lomaloma

    One chartered accountant has combined his passion for the water and his business acumen to create his own extreme water sports dream role...

  9. Kiwi CA Joelene Ranby focuses on wellbeing with luxury retreats

    A Kiwi CA is using her passion for health and wellbeing to offer luxury weight-loss retreats for women – and she plans to go trans-Tasman...

  10. Tech-savvy rural CAs on competitive edge and country living

    Operating an accountancy business in a rural area can help beat the urban squeeze and have great lifestyle and career benefits...

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