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David Jenkins is New Zealand country manager for global accounting body CPA Australia. He manages the strategic direction of CPA Australia in New Zealand, which requires regular engagement with government and regulatory bodies, tertiary institutions, and senior financial professionals from leading public and private sector organisations.

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Reconstructing financial records after a disaster

Reconstructing records lost in a disaster is a big task. Here are some helpful suggestions on how to go about it. This is part three of a series

Checklist for re-opening your business after a disaster

Following a disaster, here is a checklist of issues you need to consider before and after reopening your business. This is part two of a series

Business recovery after a disaster

Recovering from a disaster will test any manager or owner. CPA Australia has a guide to help you think clearly at a very stressful time. This is part one of a series

Financial controls

Chapter 13 of the Business finance basics section in the 'Achieving financial success' series

Applying for a loan

Chapter 10 of the Business finance basics section in the 'Achieving financial success' series

Debt, equity or internal finding?

Chapter 7 of the Business finance basics section in the 'Achieving financial success' series

Maintaining profitability

Chapter 4 of the Business finance basics section in the 'Achieving financial success' series

Understanding financial statements

Chapter 1 of the Business finance basics section in the 'Achieving financial success' series

Achieving financial success

We are starting a new 13 part guide for small business managers who want to achieve financial success