C&W Partners come to Bingara and Warialda

May 8, 2010

“We grow our own staff, giving them the opportunity to advance both professionally and personally. We want people who want to be with us,” Mark Johnson, Managing Partner of C&W Partners said of his staff at the Practice Launch held last Tuesday at the Bingara Sporting Club.

More than 40 people attended the launch to meet the staff of C&W Partners, the company which has purchased   John Gasson and Company’s Chartered Accountancy business.

Mr Johnson said that his company will be in Bingara and Wari-alda “for the long term.” C&W Partners, which started out as Cummins and Wallace in 1921, has clients all over Australia, but predominantly in northwest NSW and southern Queensland.
The present business, which commenced operations in 2007 after a merger of the former Cummins and Wallace and CM Corderoy, has a client demographic which is mainly agricultural and businesses servicing agriculture, but also includes a broad range of other retail and business clients. It now has 4 partners and 25 full and part time staff.

Partner, Cathy Corderoy said “C&W Partners were very pleased with our client meet and greet. We are looking forward to having a presence in Bingara and Warialda and to supporting our clients and local community organisations.” The offices in Bingara and Warialda will be open five days a week with Cathy Corderoy visiting Bin-gara on Tuesdays.

Mrs Robyn Gasson will be in the Bingara office for at least the next two months.