Director – Audit
Cameron’s dedication to Accru Melbourne started in 1998, being his first ever and only employer. This history has granted Cameron with a great access to a range of different opportunities, industries and clients. He has a great mind for learning and embraces new experiences every day. Being sole Director for the Audit division, he has developed skills to understand every part of our firm.
His strengths lie in the technical demands of an audit from financial reporting to data analytics. Cameron is admired for his prompt responses and really understands what it means to put his client’s first. He knows how demanding businesses can be and achieves great results with the support of his highly trained team of auditors. His modest nature enables him to address the difficult issues of his clients with simple solutions.
Best describes Cam: “Cameron is a quiet achiever – he gets things done with minimal fuss and is easy-going. Always building long term, trusted relationships with clients.”
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