Centres of excellence


Members of CPA Australia’s Centres of Excellence play a vital role in helping shape our organisation's strategic responses to issues affecting members, the profession and the wider community.

Applications for 2020 Centres of Excellence are now closed. Newly appointed members will be announced soon.

EXPLORE THE SIX CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE

Digital transformation

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

In a globally connected world, prepare for current and future impacts of digital transformation on the accountancy profession.

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environmental

ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND GOVERNANCE

We embrace corporate social responsibility by using its core strengths to manage the increased expectations for businesses to become more sustainable.

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ethics

ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS

We represent the interests of our members and the public by contributing to the development of ethical and professional standards.

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reporting

EXTERNAL REPORTING

We ensure members are at the forefront of policy considerations by assisting in voicing industry standards and related regulations.

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savings

RETIREMENT SAVINGS

We focus on all matters relevant to retirement savings, superannuation, self-managed superannuation funds and work across major components of the financial services industry.

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taxation

TAXATION

We provide members with an opportunity to advise on key Australian taxation policy issues and ensure members are at the forefront of policy considerations.

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A VOICE FOR MEMBERS

CPA Australia and the broader membership benefit from having the voice and expertise of the members clearly represented in our work. Centres of Excellence members contribute to developing policy positions, as well as the organisations’ responses to consultations and exposure drafts and ensuring member insights drive our thought leadership work.

Membership tenure is for two years, after which a member can renominate. Appointments to a Centre of Excellence are made by the CPA Australia Chief Executive Officer or their delegate. Centres of Excellence include CPA Australia members and non-CPA Australia members (non-CPA Australia members may not comprise more than half of the members of each Centres of Excellence).

INTERESTED IN CONTRIBUTING TO CPA AUSTRALIA'S POLICY AND ADVOCACY WORK?

We regularly seek input and feedback from all members on a variety of policy and advocacy matters. Visit the Consultations and Submission page to Have Your Say or email policy.advocacy@cpaaustralia.com.au to find out how you can be involved.