- We offer many opportunities for members to get involved in their local professional network
- Consider supporting a candidate in the CA Program, join a special interest group, or apply for a position in one of our governance groups
- Your regional office maintains more detailed information about activities and opportunities to get involved in your local area
Help us shape the future of accounting
We’re always working to provide opportunities for our members to build their community and knowledge network. Get involved and give back to the profession by supporting our CA candidates; volunteering for Mentor Exchange; joining a discussion group; or contribute to a policy submission.
Comment on policy submissions
As our profession evolves, we’re looking ahead to provide thought leadership, commentary and recommendations on emerging issues in the business world of the future - giving you the knowledge to lead from the front. Member contributions to and comments on submissions are sought and highly valued by our Leadership and Advocacy team.
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This programme matches experienced members with early career Chartered Accountants.
As mentors, members of more than ten years and with relevant skills can offer advice, information and guidance to assist another CA's personal and professional development.
Mentees in turn develop a new professional relationship, meeting with their mentor to discuss their goals, career progression and skill development needs.
Mentees must have been a member for less than five years to be eligible for the programme. Mentor Exchange is run annually and is designed to run for six months with any ongoing relationship left up to the participants.
The programme is currently available in Adelaide, Auckland, Brisbane, Christchurch, Hamilton, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, London, Melbourne, Perth, Singapore, Sydney and Wellington.
Get more information and register for the programmeLearn more
Other ways to contribute
Support CA Program candidates
Members in Australia and New Zealand are involved in marking assessments and exams. Bring your practical understanding of the discipline to ensure we maintain rigour and expertise to our marking process.
You can assist in marking assessments and exams.Contact us
Become a learning facilitator
Members in Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia may apply for roles as facilitators in both our Capstone modules and learning support programmes. We select and train members to ensure the highest quality of delivery of our learning programs.
Mentor a CA Candidate
Mentored practical experience is a critical part of the CA Program.
As a member you can provide mentoring to CA Program candidates, supporting and guiding them to apply their learning in the workplace.
Join a committee, council or group
Our governance bodies play an important role in the organisation.
In addition to the Chartered Accountants ANZ Council there are Regional Councils in each Australian state and in New Zealand.
Some positions on these bodies are elected and some are filled by application and appointment.
We encourage members who are passionate about making a difference to consider serving.Read more Contact us
Local Leadership Teams and Member Representative Groups
New Zealand-based members can serve on their Local Leadership Team.
These teams provide advice on the needs and preferences of members in their local area. Each team requires up to eight members.
Our members in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and the UK are represented by local Member Groups.
These groups provide support to members and, through their Councillors, provide advice to the Chartered Accountants ANZ Council.
Special Interest Groups and Discussion Groups
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and Discussion Groups provide opportunities for like-minded members to meet together regularly.
Most SIGs and Discussion Group meetings qualify for CPD hours.
SIGs are organised regionally in New Zealand while in Australia Discussion Groups may be organised by your state office or directly by members for members.