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Steven Watson

Steven has extensive experience in audit and accounting services having worked in the industry since 2002 across both public and private sector clients. Included in his impressive list of clients who he has serviced in auditing and corporate services comprises a selection of listed companies, large and small propriety companies, aged care organisations, charitable and religious organisations, schools, government departments and agencies. With a friendly and professional approach, Steven is committed to efficiency, quality and effective auditing, and will ensure you receive the highest level of auditing and corporate support. In addition to his role as Audit Principal at National Audits Group, Steven is also the Chairperson of the Audit and Risk Committee at Riverina Water and the Deputy Chairperson for the Audit and Risk Committee at Wagga Wagga City Council.

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7 Key Auditing Trends – The Year in Review

Over the past 12 months, we’ve followed changes in the regulatory environment and worked closely with audit clients to ensure that they are prepared for the challenges in relation...

Technology and the Future of Audits

The emergence of new audit technology has had an enormous impact on the audit profession. Machine-learning based tools can rapidly analyse hundreds of documents and identify key areas of...

It’s time that Registered Auditors considered their future

We used to joke that auditors were drowning in documents,” Panos Kakoullis, Deloitte Global Audit & Assurance Business Leader recently said. “Thanks to new tools and resources, auditors are...

The Value of Internal Audits

It’s quite evident that clients often don’t see real value in audit services. They’re often regarded as a necessary cost without much real value. Auditors often struggle to communicate...

National Audits Group – LG Procurement

National Audits Group is proud to announce we have been successful in being appointed to the Local Government Procurement Panel as...

Grow your practice with the right technology plan

I was recently asked to provide commentary for a publication of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand about the skills auditors will need to navigate the future. The ability...

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