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Introducing our newest Associate…

Date: 8 March 2023

Cameron O’Keefe has recently advanced to an Associate and we asked him a few questions about this new role and his time with us at Roberts + Morrow…

Please introduce yourself and what you do…

In my role as an Associate in the Tax + Legal team, I provide the Partners and clients of Roberts + Morrow with specialist taxation and estate planning solutions to problems and challenges they face.

What does it mean to you to be a part of Roberts + Morrow?

To be a part of Roberts + Morrow, particularly in my role, is to be a part of a diverse team of professionals, a professional services network. Roberts + Morrow has a variety of specialist divisions that compliment the core business services (accounting) unit. I enjoy collaborating with different specialists to provide thoughtful and commercial outcomes for our clients – a unique offering in a regional setting.

How did you advance to Associate?

I started as a cadet accountant and after gaining some experience in tax compliance work, I transitioned to our specialist tax and estate planning team. Upon completion of my law degree and postgraduate study in tax, I was lucky enough to be involved in the establishment of our incorporated legal practice RML Solutions with Paul Williams. After a few years working as a tax lawyer, I am now pleased to be invited to join the leadership team as an Associate.

What are you looking forward to bringing to Roberts + Morrow as an Associate?

I am excited to contribute to the growing number of new and energetic Associates and Partners, who have a fresh and dynamic view of where Roberts + Morrow is headed.

What are some of your interests/hobbies?

I have many hobbies. I enjoy running a small cattle grazing operation, though this is definitely a business rather than a hobby. I also enjoy playing guitar and using my pilot’s licence to tour around the countryside.

What is the best piece of advice you’ve received?

If you are going to do something, do it well.

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