Neil Murphy (ACA) takes on key role in Barden Dublin's Financial Recruitment Team.

Barden is proud to announce the appointment of Neil Murphy (ACA) as Associate on our Recently Qualified Accountant team in Dublin.

“I am delighted to join the recently qualified accountant team here in Barden. I look forward to using my experience from working in industry to help newly qualified accountants progress their professional future” – Neil Murphy

Neil trained through Deloitte in Dublin (Qualified in 2011) and spent some time in corporate banking before relocating to Australia.  In Sydney Neil held a variety of roles in financial accounting and analysis across MacQuarie and AMP, before taking on a leadership role as Performance Reporting Manager with Commonwealth Bank in 2015.

“Neil is a tremendous  addition to our  team – his knowledge of finance coupled with his training here in Barden will undoubtedly make him a real influencer in this space over the coming years.  We’re delighted that Neil has chosen to be a part of our growing team of  recruitment experts”.   – Elaine Brady (Managing Partner | Barden Dublin)

In his new role Neil will work very closely with Barden’s national recently qualified accountant recruitment team (Lisa Hughes ACA , Siobhán Sexton ACA , Heather Gordon, Ed Heffernan, Elaine Brady, Jonathan Olden, Sarah Barry ACA , Marissa Maher, Kate Flanagan CTA and Aideen Murphy ACA/CTA) specifically supporting the Dublin/Leinster area.  Neil is trained in the Barden Career Model ™ (here >>>) and will use same to coach and mentor recently qualified accountants at critical junctures in their careers.

Welcome to Barden Neil!

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