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14 promotions in BDO's Guernsey office

14 promotions in BDO's Guernsey office

Tuesday 24 November 2020

14 promotions in BDO's Guernsey office

BDO in Guernsey has promoted 14 of its staff across its audit and tax services.

Caley Clarke and Ronan Morrison have been promoted to client director in the tax and audit streams respectively.

Ms Clarke has more than 25 years of experience in the tax sector and has been part of BDO since 2017. Mr Morrison joined BDO in 2011 after qualifying with a top-five firm of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.

Josh Payne has been named audit senior manager and Trina Street is now a tax senior manager. Mr Paye joined BDO in 2014 as an audit senior and has quickly risen through the ranks. Ms Street joined BDO as an assistant manager in 2016 and now has three promotions under her belt.

Both Tino Munengwa and Olga Stratulat have been promoted to audit managers recognising their continuing valuable contribution to the audit stream.

Other promotions within the audit team include Kudzai Bandama and Zak Damarell to audit assistant managers along with Emma Archenoul, Tonny Madzikatire, Inocent Matema, Vennah Mutambo and Alanna Symphorien to audit senior supervisors. In addition, Zack Figueira has been promoted to audit supervisor.

Justin Hallett, Executive Director and Head of Audit at BDO in Guernsey, said: “It’s always fantastic to witness our people consistently deliver above and beyond for their clients and their peers, so these promotions are richly deserved. 

"It is fundamental to our culture to nurture our people professionally and help them to achieve success within their careers. We believe in celebrating our people’s career progression and rewarding their hard work – huge congratulations are in order for all these promotions."

Pictured top: Caley Clarke, Ronan Morrison and Justin Hallett.

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