Manager – Audit
Bruce has obtained diverse knowledge and experience in the accounting profession at Accru Melbourne for more than 10 years. He specialises in Audit, Assurance and Data Analytics and manages a portfolio of clients including public sector agencies, listed companies, large proprietary companies, large retirement living operators, independent schools and other private sector clients.
His qualifications include a Bachelor of Business, Masters of Accounting as well as CPA and CFE certifications. His extensive knowledge compliments his experience and allows him to focus on what’s important; maintaining strong ties with our clients. Bruce always goes the extra mile heightening their overall satisfaction by executing effective and efficient audit processes. His innovative nature is constantly seeking growth by leading his team to be trusted, respective and thorough auditors.
Best describes Bruce: “A trusted mentor with a keen eye for the bigger picture!”
Languages: English, Mandarin
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200
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