The Advisory Board provides advice to the School of Accounting and Commercial Law and the Centre for Accounting, Governance, and Taxation Research.
The role of the Advisory Board is to provide advice to both:
- the Head of the School of Accounting and Commercial Law, to ensure that the School's programmes are relevant and of high quality, in accordance with the School's strategic plan
- the Director of the Centre for Accounting, Governance, and Taxation Research, to ensure that the research process and the research programme of the Centre are relevant to its stakeholders, in accordance with the Centre's strategic plan.
Advisory Board membership
The Advisory Board, with Garth Ireland as Chair, comprises distinguished professionals from the private and public sectors and from academia. A full list of the Advisory Board members follows:
- Mr Garth Ireland, (Chair) Director, Ireland, Wallace & Associates Limited
- Mr Warren Allen, Consultant
- Mr David Carrigan, Policy Director, Policy and Strategy, Inland Revenue Department
- Mr Neil Cherry, Deputy Director-General Corporate Services, Ministry for Primary Industries
- Mr Rob Everett, Chief Executive, Financial Markets Authority
- Associate Professor Carolyn Fowler, Head of the School of Accounting and Commercial Law, Wellington School of Business and Government
- Mr Chong Lim, General Manager Professional Practices, Audit New Zealand
- Ms April Mackenzie, Chief Executive, External Reporting Board
- Mr Brent Manning, Partner (Audit), KPMG
- Mr Patrick McCalman, Tax Partner, Deloitte
- Mr Jim McElwain, Executive Director, Institute of Finance Professionals NZ
- Mr John Shewan, Adjunct Professor, School of Accounting and Commercial Law, Wellington School of Business and Government
- Emeritus Professor Don Trow, Victoria University of Wellington
- Professor Tony van Zijl, Director, Centre for Accounting, Governance and Taxation Research
- Ms Elly Ward, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
- Mr Ken Warren, Chief Accounting Advisor, Budget and Macroeconomic Branch, The Treasury
- Professor Ian Williamson, Dean and Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Wellington School of Business and Government.