EveryBody Wins Program
EveryBody Wins is a program that seeks to provide knowledge to Senior Students on Health and Nutrition, Emotional Mastery and Financial Skills to enable those senior students to attain skills that are not normally taught to them.
The Sessions were run at St Edmunds College Canberra and the students rotated between the three different sessions during the day.
The Financial Management Session was run by David Ross, Partner at Walker Wayland NSW who spoke about issues that all the students will need to deal with a some stage in their professional and personal lives being dealing with debt and different forms of debt, budgeting, investing and tax.
The students were very receptive and asked a variety of inciteful questions throughout all sessions run on the day. This program is intended to be expanded across all schools within the ACT.
Walker Wayland's inaugural Mini Olympics!
Last Friday afternoon WWNSW staff swapped their desks to get out into the sun and compete in the inaugural Mini Olympics.
The afternoon was a lot of fun and saw team work and competitive streaks emerge!
A number of events including the classic sack race, egg and spoon and three-legged race were held and were a great success.
Congratulations to those who made it on to the podium.
Thanks to two of our fantastic managers Kate Douglass & Sarah Anderson for organising the great team event.
Thank you to our Secondee Francis Alita!
Francis Alita, a manager from Alas Oplas & Co (Philippines Office), joined a Business Services team at Walker Wayland NSW (Sydney Office) as a Secondee from mid-July through to mid-October 2018. Providing much needed help, Francis was involved in a variety of engagements and activities within the team.
Walker Wayland NSW Promotes Two Partners
Walker Wayland NSW is pleased to announce the promotion of two partners - Wali Aziz and Cameron Stone, effective July 2018.
These promotions will add considerable expertise and excellence to our existing clients and will be instrumental in shaping the future of our firm.
City to Surf 2018 - Help WWNSW raise money for The Black Dog Institute
Walker Wayland NSW is again entering an enthusiastic team of runners/joggers/walkers to participate and this year we have chosen The Black Dog Institute as our charity to support.
Mental health issues are extremely prevalent in Australia and it’s likely that either you or someone you know - a family member, a friend, a co-worker, has been affected by mental illness. The Black Dog Institute is a research institute conducting studies into identifying, preventing and treating mental illness. They are also working to reduce the stigma associated with mental health with the aim of
“creating a world where mental illness is treated with the same level of concern, immediacy and seriousness as physical illness”
They primarily focus on research into depression, bipolar, PTSD, anxiety and work place mental health which is why WWNSW believe this is an excellent charity to put our support behind!
Want to learn more about Cryptocurrency?
- A brief description of what cryptocurrencies are and why they exist
- How cryptocurrencies are bought and sold
- The tax implications of gains/losses on cryptocurrency transactions
- The ATO's current stance on cryptocurrencies
- Recent developments
Tuesday 26th June 2018
7:30 am - 8:45 am AEST
Walker Wayland Sydney
60 Castlereagh Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Due to limited availability, please confirm your attendance as soon as possible, RVSP HERE to secure your spot!
Join us for our Financial Reporting Update - June 2018!
Join us on Tuesday, 5 June 2018 for our “Financial Reporting Update” hosted by our Walker Wayland NSW Audit & Assurance Division.
Walker Wayland NSW takes on Touch Football
WWNSW has been participating in a great intiative called Lunchtime Legends at the Domain.
During the summer competition, our team of energetic staff heads down to the Domain each Thursday's to play round robin touch football against other companies in the area.