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UHY Hacker Young appoints new head of charities and not for profit

UHY Hacker Young, the national accountancy group, has appointed Tracey Moore as its new head of charities and not for profit.

Moore takes over from Subarna Banerjee who has headed the group for the last five years.

Moore joined UHY Hacker Young in 2019 and has over 20 years of experience working in the Not for Profit (NFP) sector. She previously worked for international accountancy firm BDO.

Banarjee has been responsible for a significant increase in the profile of UHY Hacker Young’s NFP offering.

UHY Hacker Young’s NFP team has added a large number of clients to its roster in recent years, such as the Health Foundation, Elton John AIDS Foundation and The British Paralympic Association. Banarjee will continue to be a full member of UHY Hacker Young’s NFP team.

During her career to date, Moore has advised a wide variety of NFP organisations including membership organisations, trade unions and charities. UHY added she has “specific expertise” on leading external audit projects in addition to other advisory services such as trustee training, grant audits and financial review assistance.

Prior to her last role at BDO, Moore worked for Chantrey Vellacott DFK, in their NFP advisory team, before their merger with Moore Stephens in 2015.

She said: “We at UHY Hacker Young have an enthusiastic not for profit team which is full of potential with some fantastic experience, and I am thrilled to have been appointed to lead it and build on the foundations laid by Subarna.”

Colin Wright, group chairman at UHY Hacker Young, added: “Tracey has a proven track record in working with some of the UK’s leading charities. I have no doubt that the firm’s reputation in the sector will continue to grow under her management.”

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