Supporters

VicWater works with organisations in the water sector to deliver outcomes that benefit our members and the entire sector. These firms provide a range of non financial support for VicWater.  These supporters include:

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) have a long association with VicWater. PwC have produced the model general purpose financial accounts for the industry for a number of years. In addition, PwC support the annual forum that brings together the industry's Audit & Risk Committee Chairs, they provide both the venue and a number of presenters for the workshop.
Andrew Sherman from Russell Kennedy Lawyers is often called on by VicWater to provide the industry with legal advice. Andrew has always been not only excellent in the advice that he has provided but has often done so pro-bono. As such, we would consider Andrew Sherman a key a supporter of VicWater and more broadly the Victorian water industry.
Treasury Corporation of Victoria (TCV) has provided support to VicWater for a number of years by facilitating key industry ministerial dinners and providing venue space for our Board meetings. TCV also provide expert presenters at VicWater events, providing the industry with presentations on financial risk management, and the latest economics and markets information.
Alastair Macphee from DLA Piper has been called on by VicWater to provide the industry with legal advice in his specialised field of governance on a number of occasions. Alastair has also given his time, pro-bono, to present at a number of VicWater events, delivering important governance messages to the industry. As such, we would consider Alastair Macphee a key supporter of VicWater and more broadly the Victorian water industry.
Institute of Water Administration (IWA) exists to provide a forum for sharing information, networking and professional development in the Victorian water industry. A strong working partnership with IWA and VicWater exists, with VicWater providing IWA administrative support where required and in aligning industry events wherever appropriate to maximise outcomes and minimise duplication.
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