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New Zealand's contact members

Tom Goad, James Stuart and Sarah Young are the contact members for New Zealand. They are your point of contact for members' enquiries and acts as ambassadors in promoting the ICAEW's strategy and brand within New Zealand.

Contact Members' details


Mr Tom Goad, FCA

Associate Director, Transaction Support – EY, Auckland

Tel: +64 274 899 724
Email: tom.goad@nz.ey.com
Fax: +64 9 309 8137

Ernst & Young Building
2 Takutai Square Britomart
Auckland 1010
New Zealand


Tom is an Associate Director of EY in Auckland, and has lived in New Zealand since 2008, having moved from the UK.

Tom has over 14 years of professional experience gained in the UK (in Cornwall and London) and in New Zealand, and has advised clients across Europe, the US, South Africa, Asia and Australasia. Tom is an FCA (ICAEW) and holds a BSc (Hons) in Economics, Accounting and Law from the University of Bristol, England.


James Stuart

Client Relationship Manager, Tax Management NZ

Email: James.Stuart@tmnz.co.nz


James is a Client Services Manager at TMNZ and is responsible for managing large corporate accounts, developing relationships and educating corporate taxpayers on the benefits of using tax pooling.

He joined TMNZ after working as tax manager within the business tax advisory team at EY in Auckland. James has also held roles at both EY and Deloitte in the US, UK and Channel Islands.

South Island

Sarah Young FCA

Email: sarah@fosteryoung.co.nz


Photograph of Sarah Young

Sarah trained with Mazars in the UK, before moving to Jersey where she worked in the Private Banking sector of ABN Amro in both Jersey and London. As well as being an FCA (ICAEW), Sarah holds a BScEcon in Banking and Finance from the University of Wales, Cardiff and an MSc in Accounting and Finance from Birmingham University, England.

She and her husband have lived in Christchurch since 2007. Formerly the Finance Manager for a subsidiary of Meridian Energy Ltd, Sarah is currently enjoying a career break while raising her 2 young children.