Pictured (L-R): Vera Potoraca, Emma Bourke, Daniel Meijer, Amy Gunning, Shauna Lehane, Karen Murphy and Mark Butler
Minister for Business and Employment, Ged Nash TD has announced that HLB Sheehan Quinn, a long-established accountancy practice based in Sandyford, Dublin is creating 20 new jobs.
HLB Sheehan Quinn is a business advisory and accountancy firm in based in Sandyford, Dublin, was formed in 1976 and continues to grow its client base and services.
Mark Butler, managing partner HLB Sheehan Quinn said: “I am delighted to announce this expansion. We have already begun to recruit and so far this year have filled nine positions and expect the remaining to be filled over the next 12 months. The new roles will range from trainees to senior qualified professionals in accountancy, tax and business disciplines.”
HLB Sheehan Quinn is an independent member of HLB International, which is the 14th largest network of independent accounting firms globally. HLB International services clients through its member firms in 130 countries, their 1,900 partners and 17,000 staff in 600 offices worldwide.
Minister Nash said: “Small and medium sized businesses are the lifeblood of our economy and are helping the Government achieve our targets of a return to full employment by 2018. I want to congratulate Mark and all the team at HLB Sheehan Quinn on the creation of 20 high quality jobs at the firm, following on from the recent announcement of the establishment of a dedicated Asia desk.”