Kate Boorer and Murray Harrington board members of CA ANZ

15 December 2020 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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The Australia and New Zealand association for Chartered Accountants (CA ANZ) has announced a leadership reshuffle, with two former Big Four professionals taking on Vice President roles.

Formed in 2013 by the merger between the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants, CA ANZ is with over 120,000 members the region’s largest professional body for accountants and financial professionals. The association leads professional development through training and certifications, promotes knowledge sharing through events and thought leadership, and serves as the voice for the industry. 

The body is led by a Board of Directors, an Executive Team and a Council, which represents the many different regional councils, sector and local committees and overseas councils. 

Kate Boorer and Murray Harrington - Chartered Accountants

Per 1 January 2021, the 11-strong board will be led by President Nives Botica Redmayne, an associate professor in accountancy at the Massey University School of Accountancy and currently the association’s Vice President for New Zealand. She replaces incumbent Peter Rupp, a partner at Deloitte who has over 25 years of expertise in the accounting profession.

Appointed to succeed Nives Botica Redmayne is Murray Harrington. He is the chief executive of Nomos One, a lease accounting software company, and was previously a partner at PwC where he provided a range of services including risk advisory, consulting and financial advisory. 

Meanwhile, Kate Boorer has been named Vice President for Australia. She is the founding partner of Pearman & Partners, a boutique consultancy that specialises in organisational culture and change, and the founder and chief executive of Young Professional Women Australia. Earlier in her career, Boorer worked roughly four years for KPMG.

Both Harrington and Boorer have been councillors with the professional body for a while.