Moore Stephens Isle of Man, leading providers of multi-sector accountancy, consultancy and wealth management services, is pleased to announce that Jenny Gilmour has been listed as one of the Top 35 business people of 2013 under the age of 35 by ePrivate Client Practitioner.
“I’m extremely proud of what Jenny has achieved during her career at Moore Stephens – it’s absolutely brilliant that her talent has been recognised off the island,” said Dawn Webb, partner in Moore Stephens Isle of Man. “Jenny relishes a challenge; this year alone she has become head of taxation and accounts – it’s a huge responsibility to shoulder and already Jenny is succeeding.”
Jenny joined the firm in 2007 and at age 28 is responsible for Moore Stephens Isle of Man’s accounting and taxation services, reporting directly to Dawn as the partner in charge of taxation and accounting. Being involved in the set up, Jenny also heads “Business Sense” a new service suite aimed at local businesses, a market the firm had not previously been positioned to serve.
Jenny’s success has been integral to an almost 40% increase in annual revenue in her department. She qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2008 and is studying towards her chartered tax qualification with the Chartered Institute of Taxation.
“Being selected as one of the Top 35 under 35 business people of the year is such an honour,” said Jenny. “Moore Stephens has been 100% supportive and made it possible for me to achieve so much during my time at the firm. I have a great team and I’m looking forward to what the future holds for us.”
Category: Finance & Business