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RSM New Zealand is RSM Member Firm of the Year!

RSM New Zealand is RSM Member Firm of the Year!

We are thrilled to announce that the RSM New Zealand Group were presented with the following awards at the recently held RSM International Conference held in Beijing, China:

• Best annual firm growth statistics in the category of firms with revenues between US$10m and US$30m (24%growth).

And the big one: RSM New Zealand Group was named RSM Member Firm of the Year.

As one of the world’s leading networks of audit, tax and consulting firms, RSM member firms are among the leading industry experts in the world. What makes this award an even greater honour is that New Zealand was chosen from member firms in over 120 countries across the globe.

This is a very prestigious award in the RSM global family and a huge honour for New Zealand, beating some impressive international competition. This award recognises the RSM member firm that has excelled in a number of strategic, operational and commercial areas over the past 12 months.

Firms were judged on the following criteria:

• Evidence of growth in various areas

• Displaying exceptional client service solutions and/or outstanding client satisfaction

• Innovation to improve the firm’s performance

• Demonstrating best practice, playing a leadership role in regulations/professional practice

• Involvement in staff initiatives, CSR and training programmes

• ‘Thinking International’ and spreading the word

Chairman, Craig Fisher accepted the award from RSM South Africa's Managing Partner, Brian Eaton. RSM South Africa was RSM Member firm of the Year for 2015.

The following was said about our firm when the announcement was made:

• Our responsiveness to international queries and work, even though often at different time zones to others

• Our involvement in and commitment to RSM network initiatives

• Our impressive growth

• Our representing of the RSM brand in our local market.

Being recognised by the RSM global family with these awards is a considerable achievement and reflects the hard work and dedication from our entire team.

Our whole team is rightly proud of this achievement and we look forward to continuing to do all we can to empower our clients to move forward with confidence, and to experience the power of being understood. Discover more about RSM atrsmnz.co.nz

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