Leading cross-border accountancy and advisory firm, FPM has been recognised with two wins at the prestigious Irish Accountancy Awards held at the Crown Plaza, Santry in Dublin last week.
FPM, part of the AAB Group scooped ‘Advisory Team of the Year’ and ‘Employer of the Year’ at the awards which showcase the best in class and celebrates the profession’s fundamental role and ongoing dedication to delivering business and organisational success.
Over 400 accountancy leaders gathered to celebrate the high achievers in the Irish accounting profession and honour the teams and individuals who have been leading lights within the Irish accounting profession over the past 12 months. Launched in 2016, the awards were hosted by Colm O’Regan, critically acclaimed stand-up comedian, columnist and broadcaster and were presided over by an expert judging panel, with 22 winners announced on the night.
On receiving Best Advisory Team and Best Employer Awards, FPM were commended for their delivery of excellent client services and highly innovative approaches and congratulated for their positive team spirit and dedication to supporting clients and colleagues achieve their goals.
Partner and Head of Advisory Partner at FPM, Michelle Hawkins commented, “We are immensely proud of our team and their dedication to providing pioneering cross-border solutions to our clients in Ireland, Northern Ireland and around the world. It’s truly humbling to be recognised nationally by our peers in the industry.”
People and Culture Partner at FPM, Teresa Campbell says: “We are delighted that the emphasis on developing our employee brand has received this external recognition which reaffirms our unwavering commitment to fostering a supportive and inspiring workplace culture. We continue to be inspired by our amazing Team every day and this award is testament to their support and dedication.”
FPM were represented at the awards by a cross section of team members, including: Feargal McCormack, Teresa Campbell, Michelle Hawkins, Michael Farrell, Gary Digney, Aveen McShane, Caroline Murphy, Caroline Butler, Karl Foley and Caroline Preston.