Bev Oswald has reluctantly decided to reduce her time commitment at Accumulus in favour of spending more time managing her own family building business. However we are delighted to say that Bev will not be leaving completely and that she has agreed to stay on in a consultancy role. so although she will not be working regularly in our offices if you wish to talk or meet with her please contact us and we will arrange for Bev to telephone you / or meet with you.
Matthew Davis is a CA who left Crowe Horwath in Queenstown and has moved to the BOP with his family. He joined us in January and is now an integral part of our team at Accumulus and is enjoying the balmy winter weather in the Bay.
Long time Katikati resident Tracey Body also joined us as an accounting technician at the end of last year and has also fitted seamlessly into the team. She had been working for Ingham Mora in Tauranga for the last few years so is relishing the lack of travel time to work.
Sue Penny and Lisa Robb who both left at the end of last year are both well and have been back to visit us. Sue and her husband are in the middle of housebuilding and Lisa is helping manage her partners business in Auckland.
Lisa thoughtful as ever has seen to it that we have a real edge over our competitors, she has given Accumulus a crystal ball. Once we have learned how to use it properly our forecasting abilities will be significantly enhanced.
Chris Hewlett and Maree Brown have headed off for a six week motor bike holiday in the USA and Canada - happy travels!
Fortunately for us Karl Ward who worked for Accumulus before he headed for the big smoke of Wellington is back in the Bay and has returned to help us for a few months this year.
Chris' role at reception will be covered by Lizzie and Sara both of whom have good experience of the reception role at accountancy firms.