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Andrew’s primary responsibility is the Assurance, Advisory and Consulting departments.
His experience includes funds, banks, pensions, regulated CSPs and TSPs, local and international manufacturing, shipping, agricultural, distribution and Stock Exchange listed clients.
Handling a growing portfolio of over 150 engagements annually, Andrew and his specialised teams provide services to a range of entities from small local businesses to large international groups and government departments, while liaising with Moore Stephens firms around the world as appropriate.
After training at a Big Four firm and qualifying, he joined Moore Stephens as Senior Auditor.
Since joining Andrew has identified and developed new service lines including superyacht audits, company valuations and liquidations and is personally responsible for a significant number of new clients coming to Moore Stephens locally and internationally.
He also mentors qualified staff and is counsellor to the firm’s Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales trainees, helping staff advance their career development.
Andrew is also integral to the firm’s Microsoft Dynamics CRM customer relationship management implementation project and its ISO 9001 accreditation.
Andrew was educated on the Island at King William’s College and graduated from Lancaster University, one of the UK’s top business schools with a first class honours degree in Accounting and Finance.
Andrew is Partner of Audit and works across the Assurance and Consulting departments.
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