Power Tynan has been named as a finalist in the following categories:
- Diversified Firm of the Year
- Business Advisory Firm of the Year
- Graduate Program of the Year
- Innovator of the Year
- Community Engagement Program of the Year
- Thought Leader of the Year – Amanda Kenafake
- Executive of the Year – Gilda Brisotto
- SMSF Auditor of the Year – Mark Silvester
- Rising Star of the Year – Kathryn Sainsbury
- Student of the Year – Jacob Oyat
Now on its fifth year, the Australian Accounting Awards, in partnership with Thomson Reuters, recognises the exceptional contribution of individuals and accounting firms across 31 categories. Winners from the individual categories will automatically be shortlisted for the coveted Accountants Daily Excellence Award.
“On behalf of the team at Accountants Daily, sincere congratulations to all the deserving finalists in this year’s Australian Accounting Awards,” said Accountants Daily managing editor Katarina Taurian.
“It’s great to see such a diverse mix of firms, from micro-businesses right up to nationwide networks.
“We are also pleased to be recognising the broader role accountants play in their locales and in the lives of their clients. Accountants are the backbone of small business in Australia, and the community flow-on effect is enormous.”
CEO Amanda Kenafake said she was humbled by the nominations.
“Receiving national recognition for our excellent contribution to the industry reinforces the strength of the Power Tynan brand in connecting with the community and engaging with our clients,” she added.
The winners will be announced at a black-tie awards dinner on 1 June at the Hyatt Regency Sydney.