1 July 2010
“Growing our own people” is central to the Boyce recruitment philosophy and our Cadetship programme plays a major role in helping the firm realise this aim. Cadets have the opportunity to combine valuable practical experience with tertiary study.
Abbey Johnson is one of the current “crop” of Boyce cadets. You can read Abbey’s take on the cadetship programme in an interview with Boyce HR Manager, Gabrielle McFarland, below.
20 January 2010
Carly Sims, a third year Business student at the University of New England in Armidale has been awarded a scholarship worth up to $4,000 and a guarantee of 12 months paid work experience with Boyce Chartered Accountants.
The Directors of Boyce offer the sponsorship annually to a final year student at UNE studying accounting, economics, financial administration or a related course. The sponsorship was established by the firm in 2006 in memory of the late Tony Quirk, a graduate of UNE, who joined the Boyce Moree office and went on to become the youngest ever director appointed in the firm.
Director, Phil Alchin explains that Boyce is committed to promoting opportunities in regional NSW for aspiring young accountants through the firm’s scholarship programs.
31 October 2009
The Directors of leading professional services firm Boyce Chartered Accountants are pleased to announce the appointment of Lindsay Garnock as a Director of the firm’s financial advisory division, Boyce Financial Services (BFS).
Mr Garnock is a Certified Financial Planner and has been the Senior Financial Advisor with BFS since inception. He initially joined Boyce in January 2000 as an Accountant in the firm’s Cooma office before pursuing a career in financial planning.
Mr Garnock has more than eight years experience in the financial advisory field and is a member of the Financial Planning Association of Australia.
1 January 2009
The Directors of Boyce are delighted to announce that Julie Schofield has been appointed as a Director of the firm effective 1 January 2009.
Julie commenced her working life with Boyce Cooma as a Cadet in 1998 when she was just 18 years old and completed a Bachelor of Business in Accounting and Business Management through Charles Sturt University. She then undertook post-graduate study to qualify as a Chartered Accountant in 2003.
As a cadet, Julie spent time in the audit and small business divisions in Cooma before joining an accounting team under the wing of Boyce Cooma Director, Jono Forrest. She transferred to the Boyce Superannuation Division in 2004.
25 August 2008
Leading professional services firm, Boyce Chartered Accountants, today announces the launch of their new financial advisory business - Boyce Financial Services (BFS).
Boyce has been a trusted advisor to many rural families for more than 35 years.
With more than 130 staff and six offices located in major regional centres, their size and scale means that they are able to offer a level of knowledge, insight and experience not available in smaller firms.
Managing director, Peter King, says that he and his fellow Boyce directors are excited by the expansion of their suite of services.