Australian Accounting Hall of Fame

Australian Accounting Hall of Fame

Accounting in Australia has a long and distinguished heritage.  From the early years of European settlement to the present day, accountants and accounting have played important roles as the country pursued economic and social advancement. Throughout this long and distinguished history there have been many individuals whose achievements, both alone and in combination with others, have been significant and whose impact on the discipline has been profound. The Australian Accounting Hall of Fame seeks to identify and recognise these individuals and their contributions. Click to read more about the Australian Accounting Hall of Fame.

The Centre for Accounting and Industry Partnerships extends its warmest appreciation and thanks to the major sponsors of the Australian Accounting Hall of Fame Dinner and Awards Ceremony for their support and assistance.

ORDER OF AUSTRALIA AWARDS – members honoured
The Australian Accounting Hall of Fame is delighted to note awards made in the Order of Australia – General Division to members of the Australian Accounting Hall of Fame in the Queen’s Birthday honours list 2019.

Officer in the Order of Australia (AO)
Elizabeth Alexander (AAHoF 2010) - for distinguished service to higher education administration, to accounting and corporate governance, and also as a role model.
Murray Wells (AAHoF 2012) – for distinguished service to higher education, particularly to accountancy, and to business administration.

Member in the Order of Australia (AM)
George Foster (AAHoF 2017) – for significant service to education, particularly to management accounting.
Margaret Abernethy (AAHoF 2018) – for significant service to higher education in the field of accounting.