New leadership team for Boyce
20 April 2015
Boyce Chartered Accountants has undergone a change in leadership with a new managing director and executive team commencing late last month.
Phil Alchin, who is based in the firm’s Moree office, has been appointed as managing director succeeding Bernard Kennedy who completed his term in the role following six years at the helm.
Phil has been a director at Boyce Moree since July 2005 having joined the firm in June 2000.
“It is a great privilege to be elected as managing director of the firm.” said Mr Alchin.
“As a result of the leadership and vision of Bernard and the executive team during the past six years, Boyce remains strong and focussed on genuine care for our clients and helping them maximise their wealth.”
The firm has twelve directors across its six offices with a three member executive team headed by the managing director.
Carmen Caldwell from the Goulburn office is continuing as the firm’s finance director. Caroline Wilcher from Dubbo has been elected as operations director, replacing Jono Forrest from Cooma who has completed his six year term in the role.
While Mr Alchin is focussed on ensuring the firm’s commitment to core business he is acutely aware of the continuing challenges that the firm’s clients face.
“As a firm we continue to keep abreast of the rapidly changing environment confronting our clients and will continue to evolve our business so that we are best placed to assist our clients identify and benefit from opportunities and manage risks.”
“We are uniquely placed as Australia’s largest regionally owned and operated accounting firm offering a full range of accounting, business advisory, superannuation, compliance and financial advisory services. Our pedigree in and knowledge of management accounting for regionally based businesses is unrivalled” said Mr Alchin.