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Grant Thornton appoints a new partner


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15 November 2012
Grant Thornton appoints a new partner

Grant Thornton New Zealand Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Wellington based partner, Hamish Bowen. As Partner and National IT Audit & Advisory Director, Hamish has a wealth of experience in the control and management of IT.

He has worked with large and small organisations and programmes to better define the practices around the control and management of IT. Prior to joining Grant Thornton New Zealand in 2010, Hamish was a Partner in Ernst & Young’s Risk Advisory Services and before that a Managing Director in KPMG’s IT Advisory practice in New York.
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Grant Thornton New Zealand is one of New Zealand’s leading accounting, tax and business advisory firms dedicated to serving the needs of privately held businesses and public interest entities. We offer a full range of audit, business advisory, corporate finance, restructuring and tax services. As a member firm within Grant Thornton International we have access to member and correspondent firms in over 100 countries, offering our clients specialist local knowledge supported by international expertise and methodologies.

The local firms of Grant Thornton New Zealand are located in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

Grant Thornton New Zealand Ltd and Grant Thornton New Zealand Audit Partnership are member firms within Grant Thornton International Ltd (Grant Thornton International). Grant Thornton International and the member firms are not a worldwide partnership. Services are delivered by the member firms.

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