- Fellowships have been awarded to 220 members this year
- Fellowships are awarded to members who are nominated by their peers for outstanding career achievement and contribution to the profession
- Members from nine countries: Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Samoa, Singapore, United Kingdom and United State of America, have been awarded Fellowships
The 2019 Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Fellowships have been announced, recognising 220 members for their outstanding achievements and contribution to the accounting profession and their communities.
This year Fellowships have been awarded across the globe. One hundred and fourteen new Fellows are from Australia. New Zealand has 76, Fiji (1), Hong Kong (2), Malaysia (8), Samoa (1), Singapore (4), the United Kingdom (13) and the United States (1).
Stephen Walker FCA, President of CA ANZ said, "This year's list reflects a growing number of members demonstrating outstanding achievement and contribution not only to the profession, but to their wider communities as well.
"This year's Fellows again reflect the global spread of our membership."
"I strongly encourage our members to nominate their peers within their professional circle who demonstrate outstanding contributions to the profession through their services to the community, participation in professional bodies, and research or writing within the field of accountancy."