Sari Hodgson Awarded FCA Status

Each year the Council of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand recognises outstanding achievement in the profession of accountancy by awarding Fellowships to its members.

Fellowships, are awarded to members who are nominated by their peers for outstanding career achievement or contribution to the profession.

The 2019 awards are to be formally announced in a few days but we are able to share some fantastic news with you – Sari Hodgson, Director of Savage & Savage Limited, has been made a Fellow of CA ANZ this year.

The founder of Savage & Savage Chartered Accountants, Mr Noel Savage, was himself an FCA and Sari says she is proud to follow in her father’s footsteps. “I am also delighted to be able to help our clients succeed in business as well as contributing to our community whenever I can.”

Sari is a Past President of the Nelson Tasman Chamber of Commerce, was the Chair of the Bishop Suter Art Gallery Trust and guided the organisation through the process of changing from a private trust to a Council Controlled Organisation. Sari has been the Chair of the School of Business Advisory Committee at NMIT for more than fifteen years. She has also written several books aimed at helping small to medium businesses. She is a Rotary Paul Harris Fellow. She also supports many community organisations through Savage & Savage.

 

FELLOWSHIP CRITERIA
The member must have demonstrated excellence through:

1. Outstanding achievement in the profession of accountancy through his
or her career
And/or
2. Outstanding contribution to the profession of accountancy through
a. Service and participation with distinction to CA ANZ, ICAA or NZICA
or other organisations within the profession; and/or
b. Services to the community or business; and/or
c. Teaching, research and or writing within the field of accounting that
reflects positively on the profession.
The member may be nominated under criteria one, any part of criteria
two or a combination of these criteria.

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