Accountancy and business advisers Baker Tilly Mooney Moore has announced a series of appointments and promotions to its Belfast firm.
Baker Tilly Mooney Moore has appointed Angela Keery as its new tax director, alongside Clare Austin as its tax specialist and Lee Taylor as its accountant.
The firm has also revealed the promotion of six “key members” which include audit director Thomas Redpath, Brian McFetridge as its senior audit manager, Cathy Nicholas as its senior manager in business services alongside Debra Moore McDevitt as its senior manager in audit and accounts.
Andrew McAuley has been promoted as the firms assistant audit manager alongside Jamie Treacy as its new assistant manager in business services.
John O’Rourke, partner, said: “We are delighted that the team at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore continues to go from strength to strength with a series of new appointments and promotions of key team members. Our team are experts in their fields and will provide invaluable expertise for our clients across the country.”
Partner Joanne Small added: “Baker Tilly Mooney Moore is an ACCA platinum employer in recognition of our commitment and support given to staff and trainees. With a bespoke graduate training scheme and internship programme, we continue to develop a fantastic wealth of talent and knowledge in-house.”
The firm, which is a member of Baker Tilly International, is represented by 742 offices in 146 countries and employs over 36,000 people worldwide.