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Audit team growing rapidly!

Date: 14 March 2019

Our Audit & Advisory team has experienced significant growth in the last few years and this continues with highly experienced auditor, Carolyn Cooper, officially joining the team as Audit Manager earlier this year. Carolyn isn’t new to Roberts & Morrow, having spent 11 years in the Chief Financial Officer role managing the ongoing financial and administrative functions of the firm and playing a key role in representing the Partnership and working on various mergers and acquisitions over the years.

Carolyn has a wide range of experience having spent six years with the Australian National Audit Office in Canberra between 2001-2007. Her interest and focus areas are internal controls, risk management and strategic planning.

Working with Carolyn, are Audit Partner Michelle Paull and Audit & Business Advisory Manager Derek Repp, both with extensive audit experience and a particular interest in the not-for-profit space. All three are supported by a team of seven additional staff.

With a combined wealth of knowledge in the audit & advisory sector, the Roberts & Morrow team are uniquely equipped to handle a full breadth of audit needs from the corporate sector to the Government and not-for-profit sector.

Contact the team for an obligation free consultation 02 6774 8400 or email Carolyn directly via carolyn.cooper@rm.net.au

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