Baker Tilly Mooney Moore make two new tax appointments


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  • Accountancy and advisory firm Baker Tilly Mooney Moore has made two appointments to the Taxation Department. 

    Eugene Moore joins the firm as Tax Manager, while Naomh McGrann has taken on the role of Tax Technician.

    The appointments mark another step forward for the Belfast-based team, which specialises in Audit & Assurance, Consulting, Taxation and Restructuring & Insolvency, following a busy period across all areas of the business.

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    From beginning his career in Portadown, Eugene brings over 16 years’ experience at both local general practice and large corporate tax team levels. Initially delivering Tax and Audit services for clients across multiple sectors including agriculture and medicine, Eugene has specialised in Corporate Tax Advisory and Compliance over the last six years.

    Also starting off at local level, Naomh brings five years’ experience in personal tax from both a smaller practice in Lisburn and within the ‘Big 4’ bracket.

    Welcoming Eugene and Naomh to the team, Angela Keery, Tax Director at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore said: “This is an important milestone for the firm as we welcome two consultants with a wealth of expertise to our growing Taxation Department.”

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    The appointments follow the addition of Eimear Brown to the well-known accountancy brand as its new Head of Audit in August.

    Speaking on his new appointment Eugene Moore, said: “Joining the team at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore during a period of expansion and growth was an opportunity not to be missed as the firm goes from strength to strength.” 

    Naomh McGrann, also added: “I am delighted to have been appointed to the Tax Department at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore, which brings all the comfort of a smaller firm while operating on a higher level. As our clients navigate their post-pandemic recovery, it is both motivating and reassuring to join an expanding team.”

    Source: Written from press release.

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