What we expect from our suppliers
Chartered Accountants ANZ has a range of requirements that suppliers and contractors must understand prior to engaging in work for us. These include requirements around Supplier Code of Conduct, Human Rights and Modern Slavery.
Supplier Code of Conduct
The Supplier Code of Conduct describes the minimum standards of integrity and business conduct we require of our suppliers, their employees, sub-contractors, agents and business partners to meet.
Human Rights Policy
The CA ANZ Human Rights Policy describes the foundation to our human rights approach and formalises our commitment to support and respect all internationally human rights.
We are committed to promoting responsible business and upholding high ethical standards in all aspects of our operations. All existing and approved suppliers are required to complete a Modern Slavery risk assessment before engaging in work for us.
Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
The CA ANZ Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy sets the minimum standards of conduct expected of the CA ANZ Group to ensure that it complies with it's Anti-Bribery and Corruption obligations.
How to supply goods or services to us
A CA ANZ Purchase Order must be issued before goods, services or works commences. CA ANZ is not liable for any goods and/or services ordered by phone or via any other form of communication which is not supported by an approved Purchase Order. CA ANZ Accounts Payable may require suppliers to provide a copy of the Purchase Order document that they received from CAANZ for invoice verification purposes.
In order for payments to be processed efficiently we need the correct information on supplier tax invoices.
All tax invoices must include our correct name and ABN:
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand ABN 50 084 642 571
Supplier tax invoices must also include:
- Supplier invoice number
- Full item description and pricing
- CA ANZ 5-digit Purchase Order number
- Any tax amounts, such as GST or VAT either shown separately or stated as included in the total invoice amount
Tax invoices must be sent to the Accounts Payable team in the region where the products or services have been supplied.