Deloitte has welcomed eleven new recruits to its Guernsey office this year, with nine graduates and two apprentices.
This news follows Deloitte UK’s announcement this month of its plans to hire more than 6,000 new employees into the firm’s UK audit and assurance practice over the next five years.
New members of staff are joining from Guernsey, the UK, and further afield.
Joining the Guernsey Audit & Assurance team are graduates Alec Mitchell, who studied Law at Exeter University; Harry Youles who studied Accounting and Finance at the University of Winchester, and Richard Tooher who studied Business and Financial Management at the University of Hull.
Further additions to the Guernsey Audit & Assurance team include graduate Harry Nimmo who studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Edinburgh and Thao Huynh, who has been working at Deloitte for six months after achieving a Bachelor’s degree in Economics at the University of Da Nang in Vietnam.
Jake House previously joined Deloitte on an industrial placement in 2020 and 2021. He attended the London Institute of Banking and Finance where he studied BSc (Hons) Finance, Investment and Risk Management and has now joined the team full-time.
Guernsey graduates joining the Tax department include Shay Neal, who studied Economics and Politics at the University of East Anglia and Mark McCarthy who attended the University of Birmingham for his undergraduate degree and continued his studies at the Queen Mary University of London for his Master’s degree.
Alima Iqbal will also be joining Deloitte for one year as a part of the Audit Industrial Placement. Alima is studying Accounting & Finance at Sheffield Hallam University.
Deloitte’s BrightStart programme offers young individuals the opportunity to start their professional career without attending University. Those joining the programme in Guernsey include Thomas Chapman, who achieved A-Levels in Economics, Business and Biology at Lutterworth College in Leicestershire and Nichola McHugh who has been working in Sark and has already completed her initial ACCA exams.
Partner at Deloitte, David Becker, said: “We are confident our new additions will gain the experience and knowledge they need as they begin their career here at Deloitte.
“Our Bright-Start scheme is attracting more young people than ever before. It’s an opportunity to earn while you learn and dive straight into an exciting career. We are pleased to welcome our new recruits and we look forward to watching them reach their full potential within their new roles.”
Pictured top: The new recruits at Deloitte.
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