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Findex expands leadership team with a focus on regional firms

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The company revealed 63 per cent of its Australian appointments are outside of metro areas with an even gender split.

By Josh Needs 10 minute read

Privately-owned advisory and accounting group Findex has expanded its leadership team through the addition of 34 partners and associate partners across its Australian and New Zealand firms.

Findex revealed it has maintained an equal gender split across all its appointments and said it reflects a commitment to its regional firms and clients by having 63 per cent of its Australian appointments in offices outside metropolitan areas. 

Findex’s co-CEO Matthew Games said the business’s regional appointments are a part of its growth in those areas. 

“As a major employer across Australia and New Zealand, we’re excited to see continued growth in our regional areas across the key sectors within the business,” said Mr Games. 

“It highlights the continued investment into emerging leaders that we’re making in these areas that make up the backbone of both nations.” 

“Pleasingly we also announce an even split of female and male partners, reinforcing our commitment to our gender equity plan.”

One of the promoted associate partners in Findex’s Albury office, Tom Rowan, said the promotions across the organisation’s regional firms reflects the commitment country offices have to their communities. 

“With Findex’s extensive regional footprint, the appointment of several from our team to the position of associate partner in the Albury office is testament to the team’s commitment to our community,” said Mr Rowan. 

“We’re proud of what we do – partnering alongside locals and their businesses, to help them in every stage of their financial journey.” 

Alexandra Paul, a recently promoted associate partner in one of Findex’s New Zealand offices, said the company’s support for the local firms is crucial to its success. 

“After another successful financial year, it is encouraging that my contributions to Findex and our client base in New Zealand was acknowledged and recognised,” said Ms Paul. 

“The continued support from the local team as well as the wider business has enabled me to consistently provide the best-in-class service to our clients.” 

The full list of appointments across Findex’s offices is: 

  • Alison Swansborough – Sydney, partner 
  • Bruce Swinford – Toowoomba, associate partner 
  • Chantelle Matthews – Albury, associate partner 
  • Danielle Muller – Hobart, associate partner 
  • Gabriel Faponle – Dubbo, partner 
  • Hope Jones – Albury, associate partner 
  • Jennifer Ryan – Gold Coast, associate partner 
  • John Molnar – Melbourne, partner
  • Justin Pratt – Sydney, partner 
  • Kristen Lovett – Tenterfield, partner 
  • Luke Heyme – Albury, associate partner 
  • Meher Chatterjee – Sydney, associate partner 
  • Morag Ingham – Brisbane, partner 
  • Nicholas Lee – Ballarat, associate partner 
  • Paul Furlong – Ballarat, associate partner 
  • Robert Di Felice – Hobart, associate partner
  • Sally Innis – Albury, associate partner 
  • Sarah Faulds – Bathurst, partner 
  • Taf Mudarikwa – Toowoomba, associate partner
  • Tom Rowan – Albury, associate partner
  • Veronica Schmude – Armindale, partner
  • Wicus Wessels – Brisbane, partner
  • Yogen Lal – Sydney, associate partner 
  • Zhengui Xu – Armidale, associate partner
  • Alexandra Paul – Auckland, associate partner
  • Andrew Moore – Auckland, associate partner
  • Bevan Pearce – Gore, partner 
  • Jeff Wilson – Dunedin, partner
  • Jimmy Rowcroft – Dunedin, partner 
  • Lizzy Rahui – Tauranga, associate partner
  • Michael Alexander – Dunedin, partner
  • Michael Callander – Dunedin, associate partner 
  • Rachel Prendergast – Queenstown, partner
  • Sarah Allely – Queenstown, partner

 

 

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Josh Needs

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Josh Needs is a journalist at Accountants Daily and SMSF Adviser, which are the leading sources of news, strategy, and educational content for professionals in the accounting and SMSF sectors.

Josh studied journalism at the University of NSW and previously wrote news, feature articles and video reviews for Unsealed 4x4, a specialist offroad motoring website. Since joining the Momentum Media Team in 2022, Josh has written for Accountants Daily and SMSF Adviser.

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