The Centre for Accounting and Industry Partnerships extends its warmest appreciation and thanks to the major sponsor of the Australian Accounting Hall of Fame Dinner and Awards Ceremony for their support and assistance.
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ)
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) is a professional body comprised of over 128,000 diverse, talented and financially astute members who utilise their skills every day to make a difference for businesses the world over.
Members are known for their professional integrity, principled judgment, financial discipline and a forward-looking approach to business which contributes to the prosperity of our nations.
CA ANZ focuses on the education and lifelong learning of its members, and engages in advocacy and thought leadership in areas of public interest that impact the economy and domestic and international markets.
CA ANZ is a member of the International Federation of Accountants, and is connected globally through the 800,000-strong Global Accounting Alliance and Chartered Accountants Worldwide which brings together leading Institutes in Australia, England and Wales, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland and South Africa to support and promote over 320,000 Chartered Accountants in more than 180 countries.
They also have a strategic alliance with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. The alliance represents 788,000 current and next generation accounting professionals across 181 countries and is one of the largest accounting alliances in the world providing the full range of accounting qualifications to students and business.
CPA Australia is Australia’s leading professional accounting body and one of the largest in the world. They have more than 168,000 members in over 100 countries and regions, supported by 19 offices globally. Their core services include education, training, technical support and advocacy. CPA Australia provides thought leadership on local, national and international issues affecting the accounting profession and public interest. They engage with governments, regulators and industries to advocate policies that stimulate sustainable economic growth and have positive business and public outcomes.
CPA Australia’s members are distinguished by their degree qualifications and the additional education they undertake post-graduation. The skills and qualifications acquired through higher education are integral for a successful career grounded in accounting. We share a passion with academia for building a solid foundation of professional accounting skills for the leaders of today and tomorrow. This is a key reason why CPA Australia values and works in close partnership with The University of Melbourne.
CPA Australia advocates for the profession on campuses, and supports accounting academics in their teaching and research, by facilitating their connections with their colleagues, education and business stakeholders, and advocating for appropriate policy for members, the profession and the broader public. CPA Australia activities and events engage accounting academics, working with them to support students’ studies and careers, and enabling their peer networks and connections to future employers.
The Australian Accounting Hall of Fame recognises those accounting practitioners and academics who have made significant and lasting contributions to the field of accounting in Australia.
Together we can celebrate their contributions and the legacy they have created for tomorrow and your participation will ensure those selected are acknowledged and honored in a very tangible way by membership of the Australian Accounting Hall of Fame.
This annual event is an opportunity for you, as a supporter, to be part of a leadership community and participate in advancing accounting in Australia. Sponsorship opportunities are still available for you and your organisation to take part in advancing the Australian Accounting Hall of Fame.
To find out more about becoming an AAHoF sponsor, please contact Associate Professor Brad Potter, Director, Centre for Accounting & Industry Partnerships on (03) 8344 4989, or firstname.lastname@example.org