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

Cash Flow from juggling act to peace of mind

Cash Flow from juggling act to peace of mind

Any business owner will tell you that managing cash flow can be a juggling act. It’s one of the most common problems you’ll lose sleep over. If you can gain control of your business’s cash flow you’ll reduce stress and improve your peace of mind.

Managing Change

If you were coach of the All Blacks or the Silver Ferns and you suffered a major defeat or setback, would you increase or decrease your training for your team?

We have all suffered a major defeat or setback with COVID 19 and now we must pick our team up and get back into the game. Sadly, one of the first things cut during times like this is the training budget. We saw it with the 1987 Crash and the global financial crisis. Cutting the training budget when things get tough is as crazy as saying to a sports team “we’ve suffered a defeat, so we’re cutting training sessions and hoping we will recover”.