- 222 members have been awarded Fellowships this year
- CA ANZ Fellowships recognise members who have made outstanding achievements and contribution to the profession
- Members from Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, United Kingdom, Cook Islands, Cyprus and Guernsey, have been awarded Fellowships
The 2020 Fellowships have been announced by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ), with 222 members receiving the honour.
Fellowships recognise exceptional members who have demonstrated their contribution to the accounting profession through services to their community, participation in professional bodies and dedication to research or writing within the accounting field.
Members awarded Fellowships are entitled to use the title FCA, FACA or AT (Fellow).
This year's Fellows hail from across the globe, spanning nine different countries. Of the new recipients, 97 are based in Australia and 83 are from New Zealand. Hong Kong has 2, Malaysia (15), Singapore (8), United Kingdom (14), Cook Islands (1), Cyprus (1), Guernsey (1).
A peer nominated award, Fellowships reflect the high esteem and recognition held for these members by others in the profession.
CA ANZ President Peter Rupp FCA, relayed his congratulations, "This year's list of Fellows demonstrates the growing number of members who have shown outstanding achievement in their professional lives and exceptional commitment to their communities even during the toughest of times."
"The global spread of our membership is reflected again in this year's Fellowship recipients."
"I strongly encourage all members to nominate their peers who have been known to consistently show outstanding contribution to the profession as well as their wider community in recognition of their esteemed achievements."
"Congratulations to all Fellows."