Haslam Consulting & Accounting is proud to announce that our Principal Brock Haslam has been shortlisted for the prestigious Australian Accounting Awards, partnered by Reckon.
Brock has been shortlisted as a finalist to win Partner of the Year at the 2016 Australian Accounting Awards, hosted by AccountantsDaily, Australia’s top publication for the accounting industry.
Founded in 1985, Brock’s firm Haslam Consulting & Accounting offers tax compliance, business consultancy and self-managed superannuation services to the Toowoomba community.
Now in its third consecutive year, the Australian Accounting Awards, which covers 24 categories, recognises individual excellence in accounting, from the profession’s most senior ranks to its rising stars.
Winners in the individual categories will automatically be shortlisted for the coveted AccountantsDaily Excellence Award.
“This year we’ve received a record number of submissions. Congratulations to the leading professionals and practices who made it to the finalist stage – it’s an outstanding achievement,” said Terry Braithwaite, publisher of AccountantsDaily.
“The judges have a tough job on their hands this year; the calibre of the finalists is exceptional. I have no doubt there will be huge excitement when the awards are presented on the night,” Mr Braithwaite added.
Brock has been the principal of the firm since taking over from Sheryl Haslam in 2013 and is honoured to receive this recognition.
The winners will be announced at a five-star gala awards dinner on Friday, 14 October at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney.
"When I was working in Australia I had no idea what I was doing when it came to my taxes or finance, Brock and his team helped me so much, after a while i understood what I needed to do and they even did it for me, they explained everything in a no nonsense manner." David Dixon-Angélil
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