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New Chartered Accountants Partnership

Business Community Benefits From New Chartered Accountants Partnership

New Zealand’s largest professional body, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of New Zealand, has entered into a formal relationship with the ASB BANK.

Institute Chief Executive Diana Pryde says ASB BANK’s technology and business banking innovations were critical to the decision to choosing it for the Institute’s Business Partner’s Programme.

“Our members are a very diverse range of talented people, and financial requirements vary from member to member. However, ASB BANK’s success is proven in the fields of customer service, technology and diverse product range, so each member can benefit from this relationship”

Hugh Burrett, Chief Operating Officer, ASB BANK, says the relationship will add real value for ASB BANK by enabling them to connect with Institute members.

“This relationship creates the opportunity for ASB BANK to continue to grow within the Business Banking market, and strengthen the relations we have with New Zealand’s largest professional body. It adds value for our Business Banking customers in that we have the opportunity to work closely with the accounting expert for their business.

“For example, we can work with Institute members who wish to discuss more efficient ways for their clients and themselves to run their business banking, and keep them in touch with the latest technology innovations and products.

“In turn, they can keep us appraised of changes in their industry which would be useful advice to pass on to our own business banking clients.”

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