Accountancy and business advisory firm MHA Moore and Smalley has further grown its team in Liverpool following a new senior appointment.
Experienced chartered accountant Gearoid Hennessy has joined the firm’s Liverpool office as corporate services senior manager.
The move comes a month after MHA Moore and Smalley relocated its Liverpool office to the city’s Exchange Station building, giving the firm the capacity to significantly grow its Liverpool team.
Andrew Matthews, partner and head of MHA Moore and Smalley’s Liverpool office, said:
“To help our clients grow and drive their recovery from the pandemic, we need the right people advising them. Gearoid is an experienced business advisor who can help shape a better tomorrow for our clients, people and communities.
“We’re creating a great team in Liverpool that’s helping us become an advisor of choice for SMEs and owner managed businesses in the city and the wider region.”
Gearoid, who joins MHA Moore and Smalley from Jackson Stephen, comments:
“From my first conversation with the management team at MHA Moore and Smalley, I knew this was an opportunity to be part of something bigger – not just helping a firm grow its Liverpool office, but supporting its mission to help businesses and their owners create a better tomorrow.”
Throughout his career, Gearoid has worked with an array of corporate clients, SMEs and owner-managed businesses and has also developed a sector specialism advising charities and not-for-profit organisations.
As well as managing a portfolio of clients at MHA Moore and Smalley, he will also work on special projects and act as a mentor to help colleagues develop their professional skills.
Gearoid, originally from Clare in Ireland, graduated from the Limerick Institute of Technology in 2006 and then qualified as an accountant in 2010. Outside work he enjoys playing golf and running.