Andrew Sloman reappointed to AFL New Zealand board

The AFL have recently reappointed AFL New Zealand Board Director Andrew Sloman for another term.


Based in Auckland and the Waikato, Andrew was first appointed to the AFL New Zealand board back in 2013 and is currently an Audit and Assurance Partner at BDO, and will bring expertise in risk advisory services and governance to the role.

Originally from Melbourne and living in Auckland for 8 years, Andrew Sloman is passionate about the sport of AFL, and in particular the current premiers, the Richmond Tigers.

He has previously served as a member of the Risk Committee at the club. He still remains an active coterie member of the Richmond Football Club and physically attends upwards of 10 AFL games each season.

He has leveraged this AFL expertise and now provides similar services in the New Zealand market to Hockey New Zealand, Eden Park Trust, the NZ Olympic Committee, Canterbury Cricket and NZ Rugby League, while still providing risk services to the Melbourne Cricket Club as managers of the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Assurance and Risk Assurance Services including risk and internal audit. Sector specialities include public and private health sectors, Local government, sport and sport infrastructure, education and public infrastructure.

We wish Andrew well in his next term with AFL New Zealand.