Global Accounting Network grows with new offices and personnel

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Global Accounting Network has relocated to larger premises in order to meet client demand. The move comes as the specialist consultancy welcomes new heads for both its permanent and interim divisions following year-on-year growth of 119 per cent in Q2 2018. The new premises are custom-refurbed warehouse offices, which are close to Borough Market. The new space offers the business better brand alignment and capacity to grow to 40 desks.

Elliot Golds has joined the company as head of permanent recruitment. He brings with him over seven years’ experience working in accounting and finance recruitment, most recently at Investigo. The brand’s new head of interim recruitment is Alex Sylvester, who began his recruitment career in 2004, predominantly working within public and third sector recruitment, and most recently holding the role of senior business manager at Badenoch & Clark.

“What attracted me to Global Accounting Network was its passion and energy in providing the best possible service to candidates and clients,” said Elliot Golds. “The company is experiencing a rapid period of growth and already has an impressive team in place. Its broad client base, reputation in the market and what the directors are building was definitely something I wanted to be a part of. Due to this impressive growth, we’re actively hiring, so if you want to be part of a high-performing team, please get in touch.”

Adrian O’Connor, founding director at Global Accounting Network, commented: “These are significant appointments for Global Accounting Network and I have no doubt that both Elliot and Alex will be instrumental to us achieving our future growth plans. Each of them brings not only a wealth of experience, but also the ambition and attitude that our success to date was built on. We’re delighted to have them on-board.”

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