Deloitte Private partner appointed to President of Institute of Chartered Accountants of AustraliaDOWNLOAD
24 January 2013: The Institute of Charted Accountants (ICAA) has appointed Tim Gullifer as President for 2013.
Tim Gullifer is a Partner with Deloitte Private where he works with a range of High Net Worth Individuals, entrepreneurs, family businesses and private companies.
Tim has a thorough understanding of the economics and profit drivers of professional services and is a recognised expert in business advisory services.
He has been an Institute Director for three years and was appointed Deputy President on 1 May 2012. Over the past six months Tim has been responsible for guiding the Institute’s strategic direction.
The ICAA Board’s 2013 priority is leading the agenda for change across the profession, business and public policy to positively impact and positively position the Chartered Accounting profession.
The main strategic consideration is working with the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants to explore the merits of creating a single trans-Tasman membership body.
David Hill, National Managing Partner for Deloitte Private says “Tim is a natural fit for the role as he has more than 30 years professional experience, is an exceptional leader and is a passionate advocate of the Chartered Accounting profession. I, along with everyone at Deloitte, congratulate Tim on his appointment and wish him every success in the role. I know Tim will make a very valuable contribution to the future of our profession.”
The 2013 Board of ICAA Comprises of:
Tim Gullifer FCA – President
Mel Ashton FCA – Deputy President
Michael Forde CA
Andrea Waters FCA
Prof Peter Green FCA
Mike Blake FCA
Brett Kaufmann FCA
Kate Dowling CA
Ben Miels FCA
Darren Scammell FCA
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