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Tax Practitioners Board announces new Secretary

Monday, September 2, 2013

Tax Practitioners Board announces new Secretary

The Chair of the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB), Ian Taylor, announced the appointment of Rosemary Holloway as the new permanent Secretary of the TPB. Rosemary officially commences with the TPB today.
Ian Taylor said, “The Board and I welcome Rosemary to the role of TPB Secretary. I believe Rosemary’s skills and wide range of senior executive experience in a number of Commonwealth agencies will help put the TPB in a strong position to deliver our legislative responsibilities.”

Rosemary’s previous role was with Customs and Border Protection as their New South Wales Regional Director and National Manager Workplace Relations and Safety. Rosemary has worked in the Commonwealth Public Service for over 20 years in various departments including the Child Support Agency and the Australian Taxation Office. Rosemary also recently completed an Executive Masters in Public Administration at Melbourne University.

For more information read Rosemary's biography.

About the Tax Practitioners Board
The Tax Practitioners Board regulates tax practitioners to protect consumers. The TPB aims to assure the community that tax practitioners meet appropriate standards of professional and ethical conduct.