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Grant Thornton New Zealand appoints new partner, Robyn Jamie

Grant Thornton New Zealand appoints new partner, Robyn Jamieson

Grant Thornton New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of Robyn Jamieson as Partner in the Christchurch firm’s Privately Held Business service line.

Robyn is a Chartered Accountant CA) of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered accountants and has worked within Grant Thornton’s Privately Held Business dvisory services team since 2005.

She has over 19 years’ experience in the accounting sector, predominantly in mid-size CA firms in Christchurch and Dunedin.

Robyn provides innovative solutions and advisory support to family and business groups across a number of sectors including SMEs, healthcare, commercial, property development, manufacturing and the primary sector. Robyn has developed expertise in many areas of accountancy and business management providing strategic solutions and developing close working relationships with clients in her growing portfolio.

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