Highview hopes to tally up more awards

Hoping to scoop more awards in 2019 are, from left, Highview associate director Nick McPhillips and partners Darren Crowther and David Sheahan.

Highview Accounting & Financial has been shortlisted in three categories at the 2019 Australian Accounting Awards.

The Cranbourne based firm, which also has offices in Prahran, Mornington and Ringwood, has been named a finalist in the Australian Accounting Awards for Mid-Size Firm of the Year (20 employees or more), Fastest-Growing Firm of the Year and Multiservice Firm of the Year.

The nominations follow a stella 2018 for Highview, in which it won the Optus My Business Awards Workplace of the Year 2018 and was named in the Australian Financial Review’s Top 100 Accounting Firms.

The Australian Accounting Awards is the only national independent awards program for the accounting industry. Recognising excellence across the accounting industry, the awards celebrate the contributions of both individuals and firms who are industry leaders.

Highview partner Silvio Marinelli said the whole Highview team were thrilled by the nominations.

“Highview’s recognition for its excellent contribution to the industry reinforces the strength of the brand in connecting with the community and engaging with its customers,“ Mr Marinelli said.

Marketing and Communications Manager Brodie Crowther said that she was humbled to be recognised and proud to be a part of such an exclusive network.

The finalist list, which was announced on Wednesday 17 April, features more than 270 accounting professionals and firms across 32 categories.

Winners of each category will automatically be shortlisted for the coveted Accountants Daily Excellence Award.

The winners will be announced at a black-tie gala awards ceremony on 24 May at The Star Sydney.