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Boyce Celebrates 30 Years in Moree

Boyce Celebrates 30 Years in Moree

16 April 2008

Boyce Chartered Accountants recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of the firm’s branch in Moree with a cocktail party for clients and colleagues to mark the occasion.

Boyce Moree is one of six Boyce offices located in major regional centres throughout the state. The firm employs more than 140 people and is one of the largest regional accounting practices in Australia.

Mick Boyce founded the firm in 1973 and today, although retired, still acts as a consultant to the firm. He attended the celebratory function and reminisced with guests about the early days of the Moree branch. 

“The practice was established in Cooma, however, our client base included many farmers from the north-west of the state”, said Mr Boyce. 

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Boyce Appoints New Associate Directors

1 July 2007

The Directors of Boyce are pleased to announce the appointment of two new Associate Directors effective 1 July 2007—Christine Dyet in Orange and Beth Hoskins in Goulburn. 

Christine Dyet 

Christine was “born and bred” in Orange so she knows the people and the region particularly well. It is this insight plus her extensive accounting experience that have made Christine such a valuable part of the Boyce Orange team and support her elevation to Associate Director level.

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'Employer of Choice' Awarded To Boyce Cooma

31 March 2006

The Cooma office of BOYCE Chartered Accountants, has earned the Mustard Group’s prestigious and exclusive Accounting Employer of Choice award for 2006. 

“There is something in the water here in the Cooma office of BOYCE that I would love to bottle and distribute to every professional services firm in Australia”, said Jason Johnson, Chief Executive of Mustard Group. Mr Johnson was in Cooma to present the award to the partners of BOYCE Chartered Accountants. 

Benchmarked against more than 250 accounting firms throughout Australia, Mustard Group identified that the employees of BOYCE Cooma rated their employment relationship better than their peers in other firms. An outcome confirmed by the independent selection panel, chaired by Professor Roger Collins of the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) in Sydney, which judged the awards.

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