Tax Management NZ’s staff is continuing to grow, with five new members joining the team.
They are Jane Ling, Sophie Peacock, Kaytlyn Brown, Sutherland Burt and Lee Stace.
Jane joins TMNZ as a business development manager and Sophie as a business insights analyst.
Kaytlyn and Sutherland are the company’s customer service officers, while Lee is a writer and content creator.
Jane (left) is the key contact for accountants, lawyers and banks.
She has six years’ specialist tax experience in New Zealand, advising a number of clients ranging from major banks, multi-national corporates, SMEs and high wealth individuals.
Jane joins TMNZ after three years as a consultant at Deloitte Auckland and three years as a solicitor at Chapman Tripp Auckland.
She is a qualified solicitor and barrister in New Zealand and is currently undertaking her master’s degree in taxation at the University of Auckland.
Sophie (right) joins Tax Management NZ after working in the advertising industry with the likes of Hypermedia, Ogilvy & Mather and Marshall Creative Agency.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Business Studies, majoring in marketing, from Massey University in 2012.
Sophie has also worked and studied in America, the UK and Madagascar.
Kaytlyn (left) is the first point of contact for Tax Management NZ’s clients, with her main job to help existing or first-time users with Tax PURCHASE or Tax FINANCE requests.
She joins the TMNZ operations team after working as a Client Services Officer at MYOB BankLink, where she processed forms, liaised with financial institutions and helped members of her team get up to speed with the new CRM system.
Sutherland (left) deals with customer inquiries and handles transactions made via Pay My Tax.
Away from Tax Management NZ, she is the Accounts Administrator and Delegates Coordinator at the Aspiring Leaders’ Forum.
Sutherland previously worked as an Account Executive at web and graphic design company Out There Design and Production Assistant at triathlon apparel brand Orca.
Lee (right) is responsible for writing content for Tax Management New Zealand, indentifying possible media
opportunities and updating the company’s social media platforms.
He joins TMNZ after a brief stint working as a content creator for social media and PR company MediaPA.
Prior to that, he spent three years as a journalist at Rugby News. He was the editor in his final 10 months with the publication.
Lee started his journalism career in 2010 as a general news and emergency services reporter at the Kapiti Observer after graduating with a National Diploma in Journalism (Multi-media) from Whitireia Community Polytechnic in Wellington.