Established in 2001 NZ CA is an association of 30 Independent Chartered Accounting firms employing more than 400 professional accounting staff with over 200 support staff.

NZ CA is New Zealand's largest network of Chartered Accounting firms providing a wide range of tax, audit, accounting and business advisory disciplines.

The NZ CA brand is there to facilitate group procurement initiatives for essential external suppliers, and support each member firm to enhance the services they provide their clients by sharing resources.

This all occurs while allowing member firms to maintain their own individual brand identity. 

Benefits of Membership

Knowledge Sharing

Benefit from shared resources, online collaboration tools and access to specialists in virtually all areas of NZ CA.

Upskilling opportunities

Training and development at regular conferences and meetings.

Marketing support

Provide value-add information to your clients using our regular publications.

Buying power

Make significant cost savings on insurance, banking, office products and more, by negotiating as part of a collective.

Current News

Two NZ CA Members receive Fellowships in 2019

The 2019 Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Fellowships have been announced, recognising 220 members for their outstanding achievements and contribution to the accounting profession and their communities.

Stephen Walker FCA, President of CA ANZ said, "This year's list reflects a growing number of members demonstrating outstanding achievement and contribution not only to the profession, but to their wider communities as well.

"This year's Fellows again reflect the global spread of our membership."  Stephen Walker FCA, President of CA ANZ.

We are extremely pleased to announce two NZ CA members, Toni Owen, Focus Chartered Accountants, Whakatane and Dean Pratt, Harris Taylor, Hawera,have received their Fellowship Award.

Insolvency Practitioners 101

You wouldn’t pick a tradie on price alone so why would you pick an insolvency practitioner solely on this basis?

You expect your tradie to work to industry standards when working on your house or car so why wouldn’t you take the same care before you hand over control of a business to an insolvency practitioner, who will be dealing with your company, its assets, its creditors, and its stakeholders?