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Baker Tilly Mooney Moore unveils series of senior appointments

The firm said that five of the seven team members recently promoted began their time at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore

Belfast accountancy and advisory firm Baker Tilly Mooney Moore has announced a series of senior appointments amid a period of “significant growth” and expansion across its Audit and Business Services departments.

The firm has appointed two senior managers together with a manager in Audit, a manager in Business Services and three assistant managers in Audit.

It comes after the company, which delivers a range of advisory services across the public, private and voluntary sectors announced the appointment of Michael Branniff as Business Services partner in January and Eimear Brown as head of Audit in August.

Baker Tilly Mooney Moore specialises in Audit and Assurance, Business Services, Taxation, Consulting and Restructuring and Insolvency.

Continuing its expansion following significant growth throughout 2021, the firm has also appointed Glenn Murray and Karen Kirk as senior managers in Audit, while Michael Boylan becomes Audit manager.

In addition, it revealed Jamie Treacy is now manager in Business Services, Simona Paldaviciute is assistant manager in Internal Audit and Victoria Bates and Orla Quigg have both been promoted to assistant manager in Audit.

The firm said that five of the seven team members recently promoted began their time at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore on the Graduate Trainee Programme. This supports graduates through their professional Accountancy exams with either the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) or Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI).

Audit and Assurance partner at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore, Joanne Small, said: “This latest group of key promotions and appointments across Audit and Business Services is in recognition of the first-class service delivered by our team members and their continued commitment to their own professional development.

“It gives us great pleasure to see younger members of the team, many of whom joined us on the Graduate Trainee Programme, progress throughout the firm as they continue to deliver trusted and reliable business advice.”

She said: “At Baker Tilly Mooney Moore, we recognise that the success of the firm is directly linked to the continued success and advancement of our teams, and we are thrilled to have made a number of senior appointments in recent weeks. This is a demanding but hugely exciting time for us as we grow and expand across all areas of service. I am delighted to see these talented advisors step up a level and wish them every success going forward.”

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