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Moore Stephens brings audit teams together under new leader

Moore Stephens brings audit teams together under new leader

Monday 15 April 2019

Moore Stephens brings audit teams together under new leader


Moore Stephens has appointed Phillip Callow to head up all of its Channel Islands audit and assurance teams.

Mr Callow, a Fellow of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, has over 20 years’ experience working within the financial services industry and has expertise in audit, including funds in both regular and alternative asset classes, assurance, consultancy, governance and outsourcing.

“By bringing our two highly-skilled teams together under one management structure, we offer a wide range of expertise to deliver our outstanding audit and assurance services in a way that maximises the value we can add to our clients’ businesses,” said Mr Callow. “Furthermore, we will continue to focus on developing new business and services for Moore Stephens to meet the needs and expectations of our local and multi-national clients alike.”

Jeff Vincent will take on the role of Audit Principal in Guernsey and Debie Mingi, who will continue as Audit Manager in Jersey. Both will continue to manage and develop the business’ client base whilst taking a key role in the oversight of the local audit teams.

Mr Vincent, a Fellow of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, joined Moore Stephens in 1999 and has more than twenty years of audit experience with a focus on financial services audits such as investment funds, fund managers, insurance companies and fiduciaries.

Ms Mingi has been a certified public accountant for more than ten years. She joined Moore Stephens in Jersey in 2018 from her previous audit role based in Dubai and has considerable experience in financial audits and consolidations for group companies.

Pictured: Philip Callow, Moores Stephens.

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