Deloitte in Guernsey has strengthened its audit and advisory teams with 11 new appointments.
The firm’s audit department has been bolstered by 10 new appointments, while one new employee joins the advisory team.
The raft of new joiners bring a diverse range of backgrounds, experience and expertise to Deloitte’s audit team.
In the advisory team, Brett Bewey joins as a Manager. Brett is Chartered Insurance Institute qualified and brings a wealth of experience in insurance and financial services to the business.
In his new role, Brett is responsible for offering advice and support on risk and regulation. He will work with a variety of clients to support and enhance their business offering.
The 10 new appointments to Deloitte Guernsey’s audit team include Trymore Masai, Tariro Mutiswa, Kudakwashe Miambo and Frank Ssekajugo, who join as Assistant Managers.
Accompanying them as Assistant Managers are Sebastian Mutasa, Memorandah Murakayi, Emmanuel Ekoh, Sharane Waterman and Lindiwe Xaba.
In their new roles, they will be responsible for fieldwork, research on audit and accounting issues, reviewing financial statements and disclosures and clearing all levels of review.
Cecilia Manda joins audit as a Manager after working as an Assistant Audit Manager for 10 years at Deloitte off-island.
“We are proud to welcome so many new faces to Deloitte’s Guernsey office, and these appointments reflect our confidence in the market and the demand for our first-class audit services,” said John Clacy, Partner in Charge of the Channel Islands.