Wagga Accountant Excels
3 August 2017
Boyce Wagga team member Cameron Dempsey (pictured) is celebrating a rare feat in accounting terms having topped not just the State but the whole of Australia and New Zealand in the "Capstone" module of the CA program, the accounting industry's post-graduate course.
Boyce Wagga Director, Linda Mackellar, said that the entire firm is very proud of Cameron's achievement.
"The entire Boyce team is in awe of Cameron's results, everyone who has attempted the CA program knows how hard the course is, and that Cameron has achieved at this level is outstanding" said Linda.
Having completed his schooling at Kormilda College in Darwin, Cameron commenced a Bachelor in Engineering & Business, before moving down to Wagga and changing to a Bachelor of Accounting and Finance at Charles Sturt University (CSU). He joined Boyce as a Cadet Accountant in 2013, and graduated from CSU in 2014.
The Capstone module was the last one Cameron needed to complete, and he has now been recognised as a Chartered Accountant.
Cameron has a particular interest in consulting and management accounting, and thoroughly enjoys working closely with clients to maximise their wealth.
With such a demanding work and study schedule, that Cameron would also be able to focus on other activies is impressive, with Cameron being a keen sports player. He plays Basketball in Wagga, as well as plays Australian Rules Football with several other members of the Wagga office for the CSU football team - the Bushpigs.
This work and life balance is an important part of the culture of Boyce Chartered Accountants.
"Cameron has worked very hard to achieve this outstanding result, and as a testament to his character, has also managed to maintain a healthy work life balance. We are very fortunate to have him as a member of our Boyce team," Linda said.
It is not the first time a member of Boyce staff has received such fantastic results as Iain Elliot, now a Manager in Boyce Cooma, receiving the top mark in Australia on the "Financial Accounting and Reporting" module in 2014.