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Lecturer appointed to industry association

Senior lecturer Dr Nives Botica Redmayne, from the School of Accountancy, has been appointed as Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand vice-president for New Zealand. The appointment is in recognition of Dr Botica Redmayne’s contribution to the accountancy profession through her engagement with the accountancy practice and her research.

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand is the professional body of chartered accountants with 130,000 members worldwide. The vice-president’s role leads to presidency of the association, which is alternated between New Zealand and Australia. Dr Botica Redmayne it is expected to take on the president’s role in 2021


Dr Nives Botica Redmayne

Dr Botica Redmayne’s main area of research and expertise is assurance, in particular the highly specialised area of economics and production of assurance services and assurance markets. Her other area of expertise and research is in financial reporting and auditing. Dr Botica Redmayne has also contributed to the development of professional standards, guidance and policies for practicing auditors and regulators in New Zealand.

She is the second ever academic to be appointed to the vice-president role in over 100 years of the association’s history. Usually the honour of representing the chartered accountants worldwide is reserved for practicing chartered accountants.

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