- The 2021 financial year saw our members leading the way and overcoming the many health, work and emotional challenges unfolding as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt businesses and communities
- Chartered Accountants ANZ supported our members through these unexpected times and recognised the toll continued uncertainties place on many of our members and our people
- Throughout this reporting period, CA ANZ continued to deliver on our strategy and services, while ensuring immediate needs and circumstances of our members are addressed
CA ANZ released our 2021 Annual Report outlining to members our focus on building the skills, programs and connections to grow the profession and build its resilience. As CA’s were tasked by businesses, communities and economies to lead the way into an uncertain future, CA ANZ, as their professional body, aimed to be with our members every step of the way, with the support, resources, education and advocacy to help them make a difference.
The 2021 Annual Report includes an overview of the strategy, reports from the Chair, President and CEO alongside an update on how each of the five pillars of our refreshed strategy delivered during the reporting period. It includes member stories, our Corporate Governance Statement and a consolidated financial report.
2021 Annual Report
Our 2021 Annual Report can be accessed at the link belowView 2021 Annual Report
This reporting period saw the introduction of our reimagined CA Program to deliver greater relevance and choice, access to professional development tools such as CA Capability+, and Sharing Knowledge webinars to provide timely information, support and advocacy updates. These developments were made against a backdrop of sustained membership growth, increased enrolments and embedding the foundations for our refreshed strategy to 2025.
Annual General Meeting
The 93rd Annual General Meeting of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand will be held on Friday 29th October 2021 at 2.00pm AEDT.Find out more