Eva Ewe

“Satisfaction comes from using my skills to positively help others and build up the people around me.”

Eva’s straightforward approach to managing clients’ financial affairs, along with her meticulous attention to detail, ensures that clients are well taken care of. Eva thrives when faced with a challenge, and she is highly skilled in determining the most effective means of tackling all challenges on the way to providing customer satisfaction.

Having worked in audit and assurance since starting at Accru in 2012, Eva understands the not-for-profit sector and its needs. She has expertise in many areas including corporate governance, accounting and financial reporting. Complementing the firm’s offering of valuations, Eva also conducts due diligence in the acquisition of businesses.

Eva enjoys working with small business owners to establish them for the future. In equipping business owners with the required tools and knowledge for successfully running their businesses, she takes pride in ensuring that business owners understand where their business is currently sitting, and what is required for them to achieve their goals.

Utilising her background in law, Eva has been working on tax advisory services, succession planning, and untangling historical business structures. Recent work also includes determining the tax consequences of a restructure, and succession work for a multi-partner professional services firm. Outside of work, Eva enjoys multi-day hikes around Tasmania, cooking, and travelling the globe. Eva also volunteers as a Treasurer for Cystic Fibrosis Tasmania.


Professional qualifications and memberships

  • Bachelor of Laws, UTAS
  • Masters of Professional Accounting, UTAS
  • Chartered Accountant, Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

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