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Moore Stephens unveils new partners; Financial Index adviser let go

By Victoria Young
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Experienced accountants Ivan Shapiro and Tim Olynyk Moore Stephens in Melbourne have been promoted to partners at Moore Stephens in Melbourne.
Experienced accountants Ivan Shapiro and Tim Olynyk Moore Stephens in Melbourne have been promoted to partners at Moore Stephens in Melbourne.

Shapiro and Olynyk are partners in the assurance and taxation divisions respectively. Moore Stephens in Sydney has appointed have been promoted to partners at Howard Badger Badger has 18 years' experience and was formerly with Deloitte in Parramatta.

Moore Stephens in western Sydney has merged with B Pickup and Co, a Parramatta-based practice with five staff - Richard Taylor, Jodie Kelly, Nick Serizis, Nicole Millen and John Booth - led by principal Brian Pickup. The move will allow Moore Stephens to develop its forensic accounting division in western Sydney. "These recent developments will assist us in our long-term goals of being the first choice midtier accounting and business advisory network in Australia," Moore Stephens Australia chairman Kevin Neville said.

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Moore Stephens is a national network of six independent firms of business advisers and chartered accountants in mainland capital cities of Australia. Moore Stephens International has moved two places up the league table from last year to eleventh following the December International Accounting Bulletin World Survey. The network's fee income increased by US$200 million to US$1.54 billion from 2004 to 2006, making it the world's fastest growing network. as taxation division head.

Financial Index Australia adviser Sharon Knightley has been made redundant. Flinders Trustees in North Sydney was bought in May by Financial Index Australia, which amalgamated staff from its St Leonards branch. Knightley said her redundancy was a commercial decision to cut costs because the company had failed to lease its St Leonards office space.

Moore Stephens unveils new partners; Financial Index adviser let go
Experienced accountants Ivan Shapiro and Tim Olynyk Moore Stephens in Melbourne have been promoted to partners at Moore Stephens in Melbourne.
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