GMcG Chartered Accountants is delighted that staff member Cara Hadden was a finalist in the 2016 Higher Level Apprentice of the Year Awards.
Cara was put forward for this award owing to the significant contribution she made to two high profile forensic investigations. As a result of Cara’s work, the forensic team within GMcG was directed to new lines of enquiry while her contribution has also been credited with greatly speeding up the processing of the client’s internal accounting system, leading to a shortening of the investigative process. Cara received her recognition at a special Awards ceremony at Titanic Belfast on April 20th, with a presentation from Department of Employment and Learning Minister Dr Stephen Farry MLA.
GMcG Managing Partner Tony Nicholl is delighted with Cara’s achievement: “This level of recognition for Cara’s contribution is thoroughly deserved. Since joining us, she has been involved in a range of work, including forensic, tax, audit, litigation support services, and account engagements for a variety of sectors including the legal, retail, and agriculture industries. GMcG has benefited greatly from the fresh ideas and energy that she has brought to the firm.”