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Introducing three new Partners to our leadership team

Date: 29 January 2021

Carolyn CooperDerek Repp

While the last year has certainly been challenging in many ways with the unforeseen disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, there is still much to celebrate!

We are excited to announce that we have three new Partners who have joined our leadership team.

From 1 July 2020 we welcomed Carolyn Cooper and Kylie Alcorn to the Partnership. Carolyn has been with the Firm for 13 years, contributing significantly in that time with her vast experience in senior financial management and most recently taking on the leadership of the Audit division. Before joining the Firm, Carolyn was a Senior Director of the Australian National Audit Office for seven years and has had significant experience with federal government entities, clubs and not for profit organisations.

Kylie has been a qualified Financial Planner for over 10 years bringing to the Firm a passion for helping people set and reach financial goals. Leading our Financial Planning team, Kylie shares a wealth of knowledge and expertise and enjoys conveying complex financial information in a more easy to understand way.

Most recently, we welcomed Derek Repp to the Partnership. Derek joined Roberts & Morrow in 2017 leading the firm’s business advisory offerings. Derek has extensive experience including eight years at an international accounting practice and then four years working in-house for a publicly listed Australian corporation. These roles provided Derek experience across a range of industries and valuable skills in financial reporting, governance and driving business performance.

We congratulate Carolyn, Kylie and Derek on this achievement and welcome them to the Partnership.

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