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  1. 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...

  2. Perth partners share a passion for giving

    With a surname so appropriate for his profession, Ross Ledger FCA has pursued accounting for more than six decades. He is the perfect foil for business partner Vivian Wang CA...

  3. 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...

  4. Meet the CA helping taxis fly: Lauren Zwierlein CA

    Flying taxi, anyone? Lauren Zwierlein CA, head of finance at Lilium, says it will be a reality in just five years...

  5. One Young World, two young leaders

    Two young accounting students are rubbing shoulders with young world leaders at the One Young World summit...

  6. Blazing a trail

    From corporate boardrooms to Bell Shakespeare and the PwC leadership team, Anne Loveridge FCA says giving back has been important on her journey...

  7. AccounTEK Global networking group tees off

    AccounTEK Global connects women in finance with accounting tech, but men can also putt in at its Bondi golf day on 22 March...

  8. Introducing CA ANZ’s new CEO

    The new CEO of CA ANZ, Ainslie van Onselen, has wasted no time in setting out her goals for the organisation...

  9. Indigenous accountants forge a proud history

    Indigenous accountants may be rare, but they are passionate about what they do and can strongly empower their people, according to Indigenous Corporations official Christian Lugnan, who attended this...

  10. 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”...