It is starting to look like a busy and exciting year ahead for CA members in Queensland. As the Queensland Relationship Manager my role is to engage and act as liaison for regional and rural members. I am committed to increasing CA ANZ engagement with the local membership base in 2024 and my goal is to make members and firms feel connected to CA ANZ.
Queensland has eight regional committees that act as a conduit between CA members and CA ANZ. They are led by passionate volunteers who serve members and firms in their region. Their support and advocacy empower members to be difference makers to the businesses they work with and in the communities in which they live and work:
- Gold Coast
- Sunshine Coast
- Darling Downs South West
- Wide Bay Burnett
- Central Queensland
- Mackay, Isaac, Whitsunday
- North Queensland
- Far North Queensland
These committees host some fantastic events throughout the year including CPD, member recognition evenings, and cross-profession networking opportunities in your region. If you are interested in joining a committee, reach out via the Expression Of Interest application.
Another equally active and passionate group are the Regional and Rural Advisory Committee. With committee representation across Australia, including Queensland, they are learning firsthand what members want and need. Connect with Scott Jones if you would like to get involved.
CA ANZ has facilitated a fantastic opportunity for members as a proud supporter of UN Women Australia’s International Women’s Day 2024 events on 8 March. As part of this all members will have access to exclusive UN Women Australia's IWD24 Livestream event and virtual keynote content. To gain access, you must register by 5pm Thursday 7 March using your name and work email address to confirm that you are a CA ANZ member.
Please don’t hesitate to connect with me via [email protected] with any questions or thoughts about your membership.
Queensland Relationship Manager
Regional and Rural Advisory Committee
The Regional and Rural Advisory Committee continues to strongly advocate for regional and rural areas. With committee representation across Australia, including Queensland, the committee is learning firsthand what members want and need.
Changes to QBCC MFR requirements for smaller entities
In good news, the Queensland Government has announced the amendment to the Minimum Financial Reporting Regulation in relation to SPFS v General Purpose Financial Statements requirements.
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