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Northern Trust hires PwC financial and tax reporting professional in Australia

23 November 2012

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Zaf Kardaras has joined Northern Trust, the advisory firm covering wealth management, asset management, asset servicing and research, as tax manager for Australia and New Zealand to adviseclients in the funds management and superannuation industries on financial and tax reporting.

Kardaras is the lead tax specialist in a fund administration team with 60 professionals dedicated to Australian clients, including fund accounting, unit pricing, financial reporting and tax. He will also represent Northern Trust in industry tax forums.

Kardaras was formerly a tax director at PwC. He has also been head of taxation at IOOF Holdings and a tax manager at ANZ and KPMG.






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