Presented by RSM, ANZ & Hesketh Henry
With the first quarter of 2019 racing by, and a raft of changes on the horizon this year, we invite you to join us for a panel discussion on issues and considerations you may face in 2019.
This event will bring together an accounting, law and bankers perspectives to give you insight into likely 2019 activities and impacts to your organisation.
Join us as we discuss the issues that you should plan for in the coming year including the importance of strong board leadership, key legislative changes and economic and political issues and much more.
Introducing our presenters:
Craig is a Consultant with RSM specialising in governance, audit and assurance advice and assists with restructuring, growing, and developing organisations. Up until December 2018 he was one of six Audit Partners and was the Chairman of the RSM New Zealand group. Craig has a significant interest and recognised expertise in not-for-profit and charitable organisations. His considerable audit and assurance experience includes working with listed companies and issuers, and public sector entities
As the head of Professionals and Healthcare Banking for the ANZ commercial business across New Zealand, Richard is responsible for the bank's customers in the healthcare space including the rapidly growing Retirement Village and Aged Care sectors. Richard and his team's specialisation includes working with lawyers and accountants in the SME and mid-market customer sectors across the country.
Sam is a senior associate in the Employment Team at Hesketh Henry. Sam was admitted as a solicitor and barrister of the High Court of New Zealand in 2006, and has practised in the field of general civil litigation as a health and safety prosecutor, and an ACC adjudicator. He regularly represents employer and employee clients at Mediation and in the Authority.
Sam advises employers and employees on a range of employment issues including disciplinary matters, performance management, restructuring processes, health and safety, restraint of trade and non-solicitation issues, and employment agreements and compliance issues.
When: Wednesday 13 March 2019
4:45pm Presentation from panel, followed by a panel discussion
6:00pm Drinks and nibbles