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Leading business advisory firm Grant Thornton has announced the appointment of three new directors to its Belfast office.

It comes amid an ongoing recruitment campaign at the firm which has experienced exponential growth in recent years with increased demand across all service lines.

Sherena Deveney joins the Tax team, while David Warnock and Stephen Cave have been appointed to the Advisory practice.

With over 27 years of experience, Sherena specialises in providing tax compliance and advisory solutions to private clients, professional practices, partnerships, LLPs and entrepreneurs.

David is an experienced Corporate Financier and Insolvency Practitioner who has been involved in a number of high profile transactions in recent years, advising clients across a variety of different sectors in both solvent and insolvent situations.

And with over 25 years of experience in the recovery and insolvency market, Stephen joins the firm as Head of Restructuring in Northern Ireland.  He specialises in providing advice and solutions to distressed businesses, financial institutions and wider stakeholders with the ultimate objective of avoiding the need for a formal insolvency process where possible.

Richard Gillan, Managing Partner of Grant Thornton Northern Ireland, said:

“The appointments of Sherena, David and Stephen reflect the ongoing expansion across all facets of our business as we continue to support clients as they emerge from the pandemic.

“All three bring a wealth of experience and expertise across a range of sectors, and I have no doubt that their skills will prove to be a major asset for the firm and our clients.  I look forward to working with them!”

To find out more about current vacancies at Grant Thornton in Belfast, visit www.grantthorntonni.com/careers/