Grahame Sharpe

Grahame started his career in public practice in Sydney in 1985. His desire was to raise a family in the country and moved to the New England district in 1987 and soon after established his own accountancy practice specialising in rural and small business. Grahame is a founding partner of Smith Sharpe & Abbott. Grahame was educated at James Ruse Agricultural High School, graduated with a Bachelor of Business from the University of Technology and was admitted as a Chartered Accountant in 1988. Grahame is particularly interested in business structures, asset protection and succession planning.

He has been a director of several medium sized companies over the years, one of which has won many business awards and currently manufactures and exports products worldwide. He currently sits on a number of advisory boards to the Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales.

Grahame is an enthusiastic breeder and exhibitor of purebred poultry and is a sought after judge. Other interests include breeding Poll Dorsets and when time permits estuary fishing.

Regina Davidson

Regina has been a Chartered Accountant since 2002 with experience in accounting and taxation services. She completed a Bachelor of Financial Administration at the University of New England and has been a Partner at Smith Sharpe & Abbott since 2007. In 2016 Regina became an Authorised Representative of SMSF Advisers Network and is licensed to provide advise on Self Managed Superannuation Funds. She is also a Justice of the Peace.

Regina has lived in the New England area most of her life and grew up in and around Guyra. She is particularly interested accounting information systems and has extensive knowledge and experience with a wide range of accounting software packages. She enjoys assisting clients to get the most out of whichever system they use.

Regina loves fine dining, travel, reading and sport.

 

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