Our ratio of qualified to non-qualified staff is well above industry norms. We place great emphasis on professional qualifications, ongoing professional and personal development, and importantly a congruency of organisational and personal values.
Of our qualified staff members the majority are themselves Chartered Accountants, having passed the rigorous entry requirements of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
|Nick Chancellor||Managing Director||CA; CTA; ACSA; BBus (Accy), CA SMSF Specialist|
|Allison Durant||Director||CA;BCom(Accy & FinPlan)|
|Carmel Williams||Taxation and Business Services||CA; BBus (Accy)|
|Allison Gray||Taxation and Business Services||CA; BBus (Accy); JP(Qual)|
|Susan Chiu||Taxation and Business Services||CA; BCom(Accy)/BEcon|
|Ryan Murphy||Taxation and Business Services||BBus (Accy)|
|Elyse Stewart||Taxation and Business Services, Trainee Accountant||Undergrad BBus (Accy)||
|Crystal Robinson||Practice Manager|
|Eve Scannella||Office Administration|
|Margie Warren||Office Support Clerk|
|Elizabeth Giles||Contract Financial Controller|
What it is to be a Chartered Accountant
What it is to be a Chartered Accountant – “Chartered Accountant” is the designation available to qualifying members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAA). The ICAA is regarded as the leading professional accounting body in Australia. The CA designation and Chartered Accountant Practicing Certificate involve by far the most rigorous qualification and ongoing education and review requirements of any body of accounting, taxation or management professionals in Australia. Included within the ranks of Chartered Accountants are many of the country’s business leaders. Not all designations are created equal and it is important to understand the differences.