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Grant Thornton New Zealand Partner Appointment

Grant Thornton New Zealand Partner Appointment

10 August 2017 - Grant Thornton New Zealand is delighted to announce the appointment of Kylie Meyer as a Partner in its Christchurch office.

“Kylie is a great fit for our firm. She brings with her a fantastic skill set including strong technical and advisory expertise, and she enjoys building positive, lasting relationships with her clients that focus on their growth and success”, said Russell Moore, National Managing Partner at Grant Thornton New Zealand.

Commenting on her appointment, Kylie said, “I am excited to join a firm that not only matches my passion for helping clients achieve their goals and growth ambitions, but is also committed to unlocking the potential for growth in its team members”.

Prior to joining Grant Thornton, Kylie spent the last 15 years with a big 4 firm, and she has had more than 20 years’ experience in the business advisory space. Kylie has worked with a wide range of businesses in most industries; she has specialist expertise in construction and real estate, not for profit organisations, franchises, complex groups, dynamic start-up businesses and she has worked with many high net worth individuals.

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