Baker Tilly Mooney Moore Expands Consultancy Team

Belfast accountancy and advisory practice Baker Tilly Mooney Moore has announced two new appointments to its Consulting Department.

Ryan Connor and Fintan Eastwood join the department, which covers all aspects of organisational design and development as well as change management.

The appointments come in response to soaring demand for the team's service which supports organisations to adapt to the many HR, people and operational delivery challenges of a post-Covid world.

With a background in people development and talent, Ryan Connor takes up the position of Senior Management Consultant. His previous positions include Learning & Talent Manager at Coca-Cola, Consultant at a Big 4 firm and Director of Springvale Employment & Learning College.

Alongside Ryan, Fintan Eastwood joins Baker Tilly Mooney Moore as Human Resources & Organisational Design Consultant, bringing experience in HR with the National Bank of Australia and as a Consultant within the Big 4.

Both will work alongside Consulting Partner Donal Laverty to advise new and existing clients within the expanding firm.

Consulting Partner at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore Donal Laverty said: "We are thrilled to have Ryan and Fintan join us at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore and wish to congratulate them both on their appointments. This is a busy and demanding department that has expanded in line with growing demand for our services in organisational design, development and change management.
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"Though we will be working through the impact of the pandemic for years to come, it is clear that businesses, public sector bodies and charities are using this time to reflect on their operational efficiency and rethink the way they are doing things. With considerable experience between them, I have no doubt that both Fintan and Ryan will be instrumental in meeting this growing demand and adding value to the busy department."

New Senior Management Consultant at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore Ryan Connor said: "One of the most notable things we are seeing in this post-pandemic world is a shift in priorities to people management and development. Companies are operating in a world that has changed forever, meaning how they manage and retain their staff as well as support high performance has evolved. After many years working in the field, I am delighted to bring my experience to the Consulting Department at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore and have no doubt it will be a rewarding role."

New HR & Organisational Design Consultant at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore Fintan Eastwood said: "This is an exciting position to be taking up and one that I am thrilled to have secured. Baker Tilly Mooney Moore has grown significantly in recent years, and I am pleased to join the Consulting Team amid a period of significant demand. Northern Ireland has a lot to offer in terms of business excellence, and I look forward to helping a range of interesting clients navigate their post-pandemic business plan and achieve further success."

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