B Palmer BSc ACA
Bindi Palmer is Senior Partner and Head of Audit & Assurance at Rouse Partners.
Bindi qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1996 and before joining Rouse in 2005, held positions at mid-tier practices, a secondment in Australia and at PwC, where she worked with a variety of UK and global companies.
In 2016, Bindi was winner of the British Indian Awards for Services to Accounting with judges noting her passion for international business, combined with client support offered through periods of significant regulatory change.
Bindi has experience in group reporting and with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), US GAAP, FRS 102 and Sarbanes Oxley requirements. She is also the lead Partner undertaking due diligence assignments on acquisitions. Her client portfolio ranges from growing owner-managed businesses to international groups and large corporates.
Outside of her day-to-day role, Bindi is the elected Council member for ICAEW Thames Valley Group where she is tasked with driving forward support available to those in the profession. She is also a member of ICAEW Thames Valley Technical Committee, staying up-to-date on all matters affecting auditing, financial reporting and governance.
Bindi is on the Management Board and Governing Council of Praxity, the world's largest alliance of independent accounting firms. She is also Chairperson for the Praxity UK Audit Working Group, a forum of audit professionals who discuss and collaborate on best practice, audit quality and regulatory change.
Declaration of Interests
Membership of, or interests in, formal bodies or groups, including other professional bodies
- Governing Council Praxity Alliance
- Member, Management Board member Praxity Alliance
Membership of ICAEW Council, ICAEW Boards and other ICAEW Committees
- Member, Thames Valley Technical Committee
Partnerships, Directorships or beneficial interests in companies
- Rouse Partners LLP
- Rouse Audit LLP
- B1NDP LLP
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