New appointments at Mazars

10 March 2016 Mazars
Stephan Adlam.

Stephan Adlam.

Christopher McMaster.

Christopher McMaster.

Jacki Barnard.

Jacki Barnard.

Mazars recently announced a number of new appointments, FAnews would like to take this oppertunity to congratulate:

Stephan Adlam - Gauteng

Stephan Adlam has been appointed to the position of Audit Partner.

Stephan joined Mazars as an audit trainee in February 2006 and had the opportunity of going on secondment to both the United States and Australia. Over the last 10 years he has worked his way through the ranks and was promoted to Senior Manager in 2013. Stephan has added significant value and we look forward to his contribution as Partner.

Christopher McMaster – Western Cape

Christopher McMaster has been appointed to the position of Partner.

Chris joined Mazars as an Audit Trainee in the Mazars George office in November 2003 where he completed his articles.

He then moved to Cape Town in January 2008 as an Audit Senior and in March 2012, he was promoted to Audit Manager where he was later promoted to an Audit Senior Manager in September 2014.

Jacki Barnard – Western Cape

Jacki Barnard has been appointed to the position of Partner.

Jacki started her career at Grant Thornton in 2001 and served her articles until December 2004.

Jacki joined Mazars in 2012 as part of a merger of a group of partners and staff from Grant Thornton Cape Town as a Senior Audit Manager and has been involved in multiple audits which involves other offices abroad, specifically the UK and USA.


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