Local accountancy practice secures hat-trick of victories at UK Accountancy Awards

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Thursday, October 18th, 2018
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NI Headquartered independent accountancy practice, PKF-FPM, proved to be leading their sector when awarded with three of the most sought-after honours at the British Accountancy Awards Gala, which took place on 26 September 2018 in Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London.

The magnitude of taking home all awards shortlisted for, namely: Mid-Tier Firm of the Year, Tax Team of the Year and Partner of the Year – awarded to Managing Partner Feargal McCormack, was further highlighted by the Judging Panel’s comments ‘never before have three categories been awarded to one firm’ especially when ‘the surge and calibre of entries in 2018 has been our most hotly contested year so far and this year’s shortlist is the strongest it has ever been!’



Expressing her delight at the awards, PKF-FPM Director Teresa Campbell said, “The success of these 3 awards reflects the collective passion of Team PKF-FPM, indeed such accomplishments have further energised the team for continuous improvement to exceed client expectations, delivering excellence in our industry.”

The Awards Ceremony, hosted by Mock the Week star, Josh Widdicombe, attracted upwards of 1,000 guests, including high profile leaders from the UK business and accountancy sectors.



Consistently at the top of their game and recognised as Best in Class by their peers in both Britain and Ireland, 2018 has proven to be a phenomenal year for PKF-FPM, as they were awarded Tax Team of the Year at the Irish Accountancy Awards and were listed on the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work for UK Wide.

PKF-FPM were represented at the awards by a cross section of team members, including: Feargal McCormack, Paddy Harty, Teresa Campbell, Malachy McLernon, Caroline Preston and Lauren Quinn.



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