Tax Partner, Malachy McLernon accepting Tax Team of the Year Award on behalf of FPM
The Irish Accountancy Awards showcase ‘best in class’ and underscore profession’s fundamental role in delivering business and organisational success.
Leading cross-border accountancy and tax consultancy firm, FPM took center stage on Thursday 1st September 2022 when they were awarded Tax Team of the Year at the prestigious Irish Accountancy Awards which took place at the Clayton Hotel in Dublin.
Over 400 accountancy leaders gathered for the return of the glittering gala post pandemic 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 the award, FPM were commended for the practice’s cross-border tax excellence incorporating Irish and UK taxes.
Tax Partner, Malachy McLernon accepted the award on behalf of FPM from award sponsor, Mary Cloonan, Director of Marketing Clever.
He commented, “We are immensely proud of our team and their dedication to providing exceptional cross-border tax results to our clients across Ireland, Northern Ireland and around the world. We see every day how passionate they are about client solutions and service and it’s truly humbling to be recognised nationally by our peers in the industry.”
Since inception FPM has picked up some of the highest accolades our industry has to offer. These awards and accreditations are testament to everything we’ve achieved so far.
Take a look… at FPM’s accolades and key milestones including:
- 2022 Irish Accountancy Awards Tax Team of the Year
- 2021 Dealmakers Transaction Services Team of the Year
- 2020 Irish Accountancy Awards Large Practice of the Year
- 2019 British Accountancy Awards Mid-Tier Firm of the Year
- 2019 Sunday Times Top 100 Small Companies to Work For (placed 1st in Northern Ireland and 27th in the UK overall)
Scroll down for all the photos and fun from the evening…