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NOTICE OF CHANGE OF AUDITOR

8 May 2018

The Board of Osteopathy Australia hereby advise that the Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC) has consented to the resignation of the current auditor of Osteopathy Australia, River Rd Audit (formerly trading as YCG). Osteopathy Australia has received the formal resignation letter, dated 4 May 2018.

The outgoing auditor is:

Mr Simon Joyce
River Rd Audit (formerly YCG Accountants, Auditors & Advisors)
Sydney  NSW  2000

The incoming auditor is:

Mr Martin Le Marchant
Bishop Collins Audit Pty Ltd
PO Box 3399, Tuggerah  NSW  2259

The change of auditor is due to the resignation of River Rd (YCG), as they had been subject to a takeover by another firm.

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