Amanda Billington

Business Advisory Director,  B.Com, CA
  • Financial Forecasting
  • Restructuring
  • Business Valuations

Phone: +64 9 448 3234
Mobile: +64 27 227 9574
Email: amanda.billington@hayesknight.co.nz

Amanda joined Hayes Knight in June 2009 as a Senior Manager in our Business Services team. With 20+ years’ experience in both the United Kingdom and New Zealand, Amanda brings far reaching insight for small to medium sized businesses.

Amanda is a committed advocate of our “beyond the numbers” ethos. Her involvement in both day-to-day accounting and strategic planning helps clients define their business and financial goals, and achieve them. She has a clear focus on profit growth and wealth creation with specific expertise in financial forecasting, restructuring, due diligence, business valuations, management accounting and KPI reporting.

Amanda is also a treasurer of Collaborative Advocacy NZ and is a past elected board member of the North Harbour Hockey Board.

An active member of the Franchise Association of New Zealand (FANZ), Amanda is passionate about helping franchise businesses grow and improve performance. Hayes Knight sponsors the biennial franchise survey produced by FANZ.

 

Amanda’s Latest Articles

 

Access Covid-19 Funding Support with Hayes Knight

We are pleased to announce that Hayes Knight has been approved as a Covid-19 Service Provider with the Regional Business Partner Network (RBPN). If your business is registered with RBPN, then you may be entitled to up to $5,000 fully funded Covid-19 support. We have...

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Covid Business Support Funding

Over the next 12 months, businesses will have access to partially funded tailored specialist support services for a variety of issues, such as business continuity planning, finance and cash flow management, HR and staffing. In circumstances where the services are in...

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Is your accounting package still a good fit?

Good old Kiwi ingenuity has seen many businesses “tack on” and “patch up” their accounting software systems to enable them to keep operating without having to go through the expense of an upgrade. But at what expense? For the past few years many businesses have "put...

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