- Message from the Regional Manager
- Recap of recent events and activities
- Upcoming key events
Regional Managers Update
Haere mai to the Region's 15 new members being; Jeroen Griemink CA, Caroline Thomson CA, Genevra Scott CA, Jacques Bredenkamp CA, Katrina Swann ACA, Amanda Mogford ACA, Robin Jones AT, Anneliese van Wijk CA, Raymond Ng CA, Aimee Donaldson AT, Junxia Zhang CA, Kym Blair AT, Carl Gray CA, Katherine Baker AT and Shona Davie AT. Congratulations, we look forward to celebrating with you in the coming months.
We have just completed busy time with the Bay of Plenty, Hawke's Bay and Taranaki Gala dinners taking place. We hosted more than 400 members over the three dinners which saw awards handed to 51 new members, 13 milestones recognitions and 11 new Fellowship recipients. We are looking forward to the final Gala Dinner in our region in Gisborne on the 10th October.
2019 Local Committee Appointment Process
We are currently calling for applications for Local Committee members in all areas to commence from 1 January 2020. Each position will have a term of between 1 and 3 years.
We welcome applications from all full CA, ACA or AT members from all demographics to ensure broad diversity on our LCs that is reflective of the NZ membership.
You could expect to commit approx. 30 hours per year to this role with 6-8 weekly meetings and other LC activities. Please access the application form below if you are interested in applying, along with related information about Local Committee roles. Completed application forms should be returned to LCApplications@charteredaccountantsanz.com or to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
A reminder that applications for the 2019 Gisborne Financial Assistance Fund are open now. If you know of anyone from the Gisborne/East Coast region considering a career in accounting or have already embarked on their pathway, they could be eligible for a grant of up to $3,000 towards their study.
2019 Gisborne East Coast Financial Assistance FundFind out more
Don't miss out on what's coming up, we would love to see you at our next local event! My top picks for the region are;
- Taranaki Economic Update – Wednesday 9 October
- Bay of Plenty Fellows Panel Discussion 2019 – Friday 18 October
- Gisborne Gala Dinner – Thursday 10 October
- Waikato Fellows Panel – Wednesday 2 October
Central North Island Regional Manager
Recap of last month's activities
Taranaki 2019 Gala Dinner - On Friday 6 September we held the 2019 Taranaki Gala Dinner at the Plymouth International in New Plymouth. We were joined by a crowd of 170 to celebrate our newest members, milestone achievements, as well as three new Taranaki Fellows. It was a great night of celebrating the success and achievement with our members, their friends and family.
Hawke's Bay 2019 Gala Dinner - On Wednesday 4 September we held the 2019 Hawke’s Bay Gala Dinner at Mission Estate in Napier. We were joined by 115 guests to celebrate our newest members, milestone achievements and three new Fellows.
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Getting it Right - Employment Matters and Payroll for Farmers – Wednesday 16 October 2019
Partnering with Dairy Women’s Network, DairyNZ and Paysauce we are aiming to increase your knowledge with this informative and practical discussion on Employment Matters and Payroll for Farmers.Register here for New Plymouth
Bay of Plenty
Bay of Plenty Fellows Panel Discussion 2019 – Friday 18 October 2019
Leadership Lessons from our Fellows - Each year CA ANZ recognises outstanding achievement and contribution to the profession of accountancy by awarding Fellowships to individual members.Register here
Business Insight - Rotorua Economic Development – Tuesday 26 November 2019
Rotorua is a city of diverse opportunities and Rotorua Economic Development (RED’s) focus is to create a destination to visit, live, work, study and invest in.Register here
A real world perspective on Cyber Fraud – Wednesday 16 October 2019
Many Kiwi’s believe that cyber attacks are not prevalent here in New Zealand, and that if they are, that only large businesses holding significant IP are the target.Register here
Facebook for Central North Island
Be sure to stay in touch with your regional office, and members in your area in our Members Only Facebook Groups.Join here