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Chan & Naylor Melbourne hosts the first Joint Venture Partner Conference for 2018
By: Chan & Naylor
The Joint Venture Partner Conference will include talks about various finance and accounting topics, providing Partners with plenty of opportunities to socialise and learn from each other. Most discussions will focus on the company's experiences, best practices, plans and new technology.
Founder Ed Chan and this event's host Sandro Bagnati will set the tone of the event. Marketing Manager Rikki Carandang will discuss her marketing strategies for the Chan & Naylor Group this year while Doug Daniel will speak about the Finance market and its recent challenges. New Partners Peter May and Philip Efthimiou of the upcoming Chan & Naylor Hawthorn will be attending the event for the first time.
Peter Loder of Topdocs is said to start off the first day, followed by Lloyd Thomas and Sam Khalil of DPN who will talk about property investment. John Beilby of Bank of Melbourne will also take the floor, and Cameron Foster of The Outsourced Accountant will introduce their business model. Mitch Ford of MCG Quantity Surveyors will impart some ideas on how MCG can add value to Chan & Naylor clients.
Chan & Naylor Liquidation Partner John Kukulovski will discuss debt collection, while Chris Lang will cover for Property Edge Australia. Jamie Johns will share about Sky Accountants' best practices and Karen Vercoe of The HR People will do so as well. Bernard Negline will speak about CFO Services and School Accounting while James Xendis will show how LFS Lawyers effectively work. Lastly, Taryn Holman will share her piece about Superannuation Advisors Australia and to cap the event off, there will be a practice management open forum.
"Accounting is a changing profession with the recent automation, blockchain and fast innovation and technology,"
The Joint Venture Partner Conference is a bi-annual event where all Chan & Naylor Partners and other third-party industry providers from different states congregate for two days. Chan and Naylor have nationwide offices in Brisbane (managed by Michael Burgess and Robert Edwards) and Capalaba (managed by Janelle Bartlett) both in Queensland, Melbourne CBD and Moonee Ponds both in Victoria (managed by Sandro Bagnati), East Perth in Western Australia (managed by Lilian Fisher) , and Bankstown (managed by Peter Ristevski), Parramatta (managed by Clive Nelson), Pymble (managed by Cindy Su), North Sydney (managed by Simon Perkovich), and Sydney CBD in New South Wales (managed by Ershad Ullah). The Wealth Planning Division, headed by the Chan and Naylor Finance team with Graeme Salt and Doug Daniels, will also attend the event, presenting ways to strengthen synergy with the accounting partners.