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This year’s City to Surf felt just that little bit more special than usual. Our team, 18-employees strong, were fit and raring to go. With an added spring in our collective step from knowing our goal of raising $3,000 for our selected charity, Lyceum Group Foundation, had already been surpassed. A wonderful achievement from the team and their supporters, made up of colleagues, clients, contacts, family and friends. A little extra glow was provided by our gold hats representing the Lyceum Group Foundation, a terrific organisation that provides much needed medical equipment to children in need. This year Walker Wayland NSW had chosen to run for them.

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Sydney will host the annual City to Surf fun run on 13 August 2017 with the participants raising millions of dollars for a varieties of charities.

Walker Wayland NSW will again be entering a team and have 20 eager participants ready to raise money for our selected charity. This year we are participating - running and walking - in support of The Lyceum Group Foundation, a charity that provides medical equipment to children with disabilities. We are delighted to have the opportunity to support such a worthwhile charity to provide vital support to the children and their families, many of whom are doing it tough.

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We are pleased to share with you a new global study conducted by Blick Rothenberg, Walker Wayland NSW's associate member of BKR International in London. The study was conducted in collaboration with Exeter Business School and looks at the international tax treatment of executives and employers including summary data for 20 key locations, interviews with international tax specialists and recommendations to encourage governments to use tax policy to make it less complex for internationally mobile executives to work across borders.

The study can be accessed via this article on Blick Rothenberg's website.     

Taxation of Internationally Mobile Executives

 

What a fantastic day August the 14th was. 80,000 people gathered in Hyde Park and came together to participate in the annual 14km City to Surf race. The weather was perfect with Walker Wayland sporting 20 eager competitors. We had a great mixture of first timers, record breakers and experience takers.

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Walker Wayland – Sydney is proud to announce a significant change to the structure of its business.

From February 2016, the business will introduce a role of Principal which will be incorporated within the management and leadership structure of the Walker Wayland – Sydney group.  The Principals will provide ongoing support to the Partner Group within the organisational structure to manage designated business units and lead specific business opportunities.

We are pleased to announce the first appointments to the role of Principals: Wali Aziz, Ian Hillsdon and Cameron Stone.

These individuals have provided significant support to Walker Wayland – Sydney over a number of years. Their appointment is in recognition of the services they have provided in the development of the business to-date and to the vision and skills which they offer for the future of the organisation.

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Walker Wayland NSW are again hosting a Biggest Morning Tea to help raise vital funds for cancer research and support services.

Our staff participate in a bake off and a bake sale to raise funds for the Cancer Council and to raise the stakes, we’re competing against all of the WWA network firms to be the biggest fundraiser on a per staff basis.

You can help us, and get involved, by making a donation at http://nsw.cancercouncilfundraising.org.au/walkerwaylandnsw!

Let's raise our cups and together we'll beat cancer.