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Graeme Eliott Vice President of NZAA

Graeme Eliott Vice President of NZAA

Mr. Graeme Eliott has been appointed Vice President of New Zealand Association of Accountants Inc (NZAA).

Eliott was previously a partner in a medium size firm of chartered accountants based in Auckland.

Says Graeme, that he is happy to share his knowledge, wisdom and experience with us and help to grow NZAA, and to bring in mainstream accountants, auditors, special interest groups and finance personnel into our organization.

Graeme Eliott is also the Chairperson of our Mentoring Committee.

Graeme also has other business interests where he employs immigrants

ENDS

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