STANTHORPE accounting firm Power Tynan has been shortlisted for a number of prestigious accounting awards.
Power Tynan is in the running to win 10 awards at this year's Australian Accounting Awards ceremony, partnered by Reckon and hosted by accounting magazine AccountantsDaily.
The firm has been nominated for Firm of the Year (<$1bn in revenue), Graduate Program of the Year, Diversified Firm of the Year, and Community Engagement Program of the Year.
Power Tynan staff have also been nominated for awards including Thought Leader of the Year - Paul Hilton, Executive of the Year - Amanda Kenafake, New Partner of the Year - Brad Hancock, Rising Star of the Year - Peter Rowe, Young Accountant of the Year (under 30) - Ben Twidale, Accounting Student of the Year - Sammi McCleverty.
Winners in the individual categories will automatically be shortlisted for the coveted AccountantsDaily Excellence Award.
Power Tynan executive director, Amanda Kenafake, said she was humbled by the nomination.
"Receiving this recognition for contributing to our region reinforces the strength of the Power Tynan brand in connecting with the community and engaging with our customers,” she said.
The winners will be announced at a gala awards dinner, which will be held on Friday, October 14, at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney.