The Freelancer & Contractor Services Association (FCSA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Deborah Murphy to the newly created post of membership manager. Deborah has been involved in the compliance and regulated industries for more than 13 years. Prior to joining FCSA, she spent three years as head of customer onboarding for contractor accountancy firm, Danbro, responsible for handling registrations and compliance for umbrella, CIS and PSC customers. She spent 10 years previous in the insurance sector including customer service manager for Swinton.
Commenting on this exciting development for the association, FCSA chief executive Phil Pluck commented: “I am delighted that Deborah has joined FCSA as our new membership manager. This is a pivotal and exciting appointment for FCSA, and she brings with her both experience and enthusiasm.
“Deborah will have a vital role in managing new applications for membership to ensure the future growth of the organisation whilst protecting our reputation as being the gold standard for compliance in our sector.”
Pluck added: “She will also engage with our existing members to ensure they are receiving value from their membership and support them during these challenging market conditions.”
“I am very excited about my appointment and the opportunities it brings to enhance FCSA’s reputation and support its members,” said Deborah. “FCSA is leading the way in supply chain compliance and has a critical role to play in supporting and enabling the sector to raise its standards. FCSA and its members are shaping the future of compliance in the industry and it’s exciting to be part of that.
“I relish the challenge and look forward to working with Phil, the FCSA Board and all its members.”
FCSA membership currently comprises 65 Accredited Member firms plus 19 Business Partners and 37 Supply Chain Partners. FCSA Accreditation is awarded to umbrella employers, contractor accountants (PSC) and CIS payroll providers who can demonstrate the highest industry standards having been independently audited by regulated accountants and solicitors.