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Andrew Lane  
Partner – Audit

Client relationships play a pertinent role in every business and Andrew is a fantastic role model for all of our staff, as he truly cares and supports his clients’ needs to assure a long-term, trusted and stable partnership. Andrew’s service standards are exceptionally high and his ability to discover simple solutions to complex financial issues is his strongest asset.

Representing Accru Melbourne for over 35 years, Andrew’s experience allows him to understand many different aspects of finance across small, medium and large sized audit and business clients. His strong, dedicated and holistic approach to both the audit and business divisions lead him to become a Partner in 1992 and he has been building stronger and brighter futures for his clients ever since. Andrew has an extensive knowledge in the not-for-profit sector, can assist with complex taxation queries and has exceptional audit and commercial skills.

Best describes Andrew: “A master in his field with a caring nature and a driven dedication to his loving firm.”

Andrew Lane - Partner
Contact: alane@accrumelb.com.au
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200

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