Amanda van Biljon is a highly talented Professional Account with an expertise in transaction / workflow details in support of profit improvements, budget forecasting, financial reporting and tax planning.
Amanda commenced her articles with then, Van Dyk en Vennote in 1996 while studying part-time and obtained her N. Dip. Internal Audit from Tshwane University of Technology and qualified as a professional accountant with the South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA) in the same year (1999).
Amanda became a director at Secundes in 2002 and has since also been responsible as training officer and overall evaluator for many article clerk’s successful qualification as Professional Accountant.
In her personal life she has been a member of Rotary International since 2006 and in particular the Pretoria Hatfield Club. Community work is her passion and helping non-profit organisations becoming more self-sustainable, her mission.
Amanda’s eye for detail has served her well as a successful accounting professional as even the smallest of errors can end up becoming the reason for monetary loss and she is steadfast in her belief that integrity in the workplace and in business is not negotiable.