- Upcoming event in March, April and May 2019
- Future of Trust Series started in Wellington on 21 March.
Events of Note since the last INSIGHT
The Future of Trust Series started in Wellington on 21 March. This is an opportunity to hear from top CEOs, CFOs and leading ethics experts. The series supports the launch of the “Future of Trust” research paper published by Chartered Accountants in February 2019 and discusses the evolving role of Chartered Accountants as trusted advisors.
The Future of Trust Series
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Join us at the next sessions:
- A Matter of Trust - The Practice of Ethics in Finance
Clare Payne, EY Fellow for Trust and Ethics
Date: Thursday 4 April 2019
- A Local Perspective from New Zealand's Most Trusted Brands
Mike Durkin, Chief Financial Officer, Resene Paints
Wayne Howett, Chief Executive Officer, Ronald McDonald House Charities New Zealand
Caitlin Attenburrow, Brand Manager, Whittaker's
Date: Thursday 9 May 2019
- Is Trust the New Currency?
Rob Everett, Chief Executive Officer, Financial Market Authority
Dr. Lisa Marriott, Professor of Taxation and Associate Dean (Research), Victoria University of Wellington
Date: Wednesday 12 June 2019
Other events of note in the month included;
5 March Capital CFO SIG Event: The 2019 Tax Working Group Report – what's in, what's out, how will Government respond?
On 8 March the region hosted two International Women's Day events. In the Manawatu the local Women Accountants Group delivered a half day event. In Wellington the Women Accountants Group livestreamed the Breakfast held at Parliament.
On 13 March the Wellington Young Accountants Group (YAG) delivered an event hosted by Beyond Recruitment titled "Pathways to Success"
On Tuesday 19 March the Wellington Financial Services SIG delivered Hamish McDonald from NZX with Market Structure.
What the regional CA ANZ staff are doing.
On Friday 22 February a Wellington CA ANZ team participated in the PwC Charity Relay. The event is an, invitation only, 100km charity fund-raising relay supporting Ronald McDonald House, Wellington Free Ambulance and the Life Flight Trust. Our first runner was our President Stephen Walker FCA who was one of the quickest runners of the day.
The Wellington CA ANZ team had been active fundraising with office events a Givealittle Page and a corporate sponsor (Simplicity). Many of our members commented on the day that it was great to see the professional body out there supporting the run. We also donated over $5,000 to the charity.
Events coming up for April
Tuesday 4 April – Wairarapa SIG Event: Willow Shoes, Register here
Tuesday 9 April – Wellington Financial Services SIG: AI – Enabled client engagement solutions
Tuesday 16 – Capital CFO SIG – topic yet to be confirmed
On Thursday 11 and Friday 12 April 2019 we are co-hosting a conference in Wellington
Wellington Financial Services SIG: AI – Enabled client engagement solutions
Tuesday 9 April.Register here
Capital CFO SIG – Ethical conduct in the financial sector – Exploring current developmentsRegister here
Future Prospects on Charity Law, Accounting and Regulation in New Zealand Conference
Building on the success of 2018, this multi-disciplinary conference covers legal, accounting and related practical issues associated with the charitable sector, and aims to:
- Inform and educate on important topics for charities
- Strengthen links, contacts and collaboration within the sector community
- Share lessons learnt and best practice that have worked for others, within New Zealand and beyond
- Stimulate discussion and input into the review of the Charities Act 2005.
The hosts are bringing together a wide range of voices and perspectives to consider the issues before us all. This conference will provide opportunities for rich conversation on the review of the Charities Act and what the framework of charity law should look like in the future.
Among the speakers are leading figures from New Zealand and overseas, including: the Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector Hon Peeni Henare, Professor Matthew Harding from the University of Melbourne and chair of the Charity Law Association of Australia and New Zealand, Dr Oonagh Breen, Professor of Law, University College Dublin, Donna Flavell, CEO Waikato Tainui, Justice Joe Williams, speakers from Charities Services, and leading academics and practitioners from New Zealand and overseas.
CA ANZ is presenting the 2018 Charity Reporting Awards to the winners and runners-up from the four tiers at the evening dinner.
Register for the conference
For more details and to register, use the link belowRegister here
Uncoming event for May
The region has a busy start to May with the highly topical and popular Tax Roadshows.
Wednesday 1 May
Whanganui (9.00am – 12.00) and Palmerston North (2.00pm – 5.00pm)
Thursday 2 May
Paraparaumu (12.00 – 3.00pm)
Tuesday 7 May
Wellington: two sessions available from 9.00am – 12.00 or 1.00pm – 4.00pm
Wednesday 8 May
Masterton (9.00am – 12.00)
Future of Tax – 1 May from 5pm to 7pm Wellington
The Minister of Revenue Stuart Nash, Tax Working Group member Robin Oliver and tax experts Elly Ward from PwC and Allan Scott from BDO have confirmed their participation to the "Future of Tax" event happening on 1 May at CAANZ.
What does a Capital Gains tax mean for your business and your clients? This event aims to serve as a platform to share and discuss the Government's plan to enable an efficient, fair and simple tax system in New Zealand.
Watch this space, registrations will open soon.
Tuesday 14 May 2019
Wellington Milestone Members Ceremony
Celebrating 25, 40, 50, 60 and 70 years of membership
Register for the Future of Tax
Visit our event store to register and find out more information about the event.Register here
Conference Centre – Do you need a small space for client meetings?
Our two small meeting rooms in Wellington are now available to book by the hour for our members.
Book a room for up to 6 people with tea and coffee included for $45 per hour plus GST (must be booked prior to the event date).
So do not hesitate to contact Nicola or Rebecca to check the availability of all our spaces call 04 9139082 or email Conference.email@example.com.
Information on the conference centre
For prices and capacities please visit us.Read more
There was a Regional Council by-election in March for the RONI Area.
Voting commenced on 4 March and concluded at 3.00pm on 22 March 2019. This was conducted by internet and postal voting.
The 3 nominations were Kevin Barnes CA – Hamilton, Cameron Town CA – Whanganui and Jessie Watling CA – Ohakune
The successful and new Regional Councillor will be announced in due course.