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Two New Associates Appointed At Staples Rodway

12 April 2006

Two New Associates Appointed At Staples Rodway

Staples Rodway New Zealand’s largest independent firm of accountants and business advisors, is pleased to announce the appointment of two associate directors, Geetesh Raniga and Matt Baker in the Auckland office.

Geetesh Raniga joined Staples Rodway in March 2002 as a manager in the audit and assurance services division. He is responsible for audits of multi-national companies, New Zealand Stock Exchange listed clients and a number of medium to large New Zealand businesses. He also provides internal audit related services to a number of our clients.

Matt Baker works in the Taxation Services division of Staples Rodway. His background includes 10 years working in chartered accounting firms advising individuals and companies on a wide range of taxation matters. He specialises in mergers, acquisitions and corporate restructures.

About Staples Rodway Staples Rodway is New Zealand’s leading independently owned accounting firm that provides a full range of intelligent business services to successful New Zealand Businesses. It has offices in Auckland, Hamilton, Christchurch, Hawke’s Bay, New Plymouth and Tauranga.

ENDS


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