HLB Sheehan Quinn wins two prestigious accountancy awards
26 April 2016
DUBLIN – HLB Sheehan Quinn, a member firm of HLB international, has been announced as the winner of two prestigious awards in the accountancy profession.
The Dublin based firm won awards for both Medium Practice of the Year and Best Overall Practice of the Year at the Irish Accountancy Awards on 21st April 2016.
The Irish Accountancy Awards showcase excellence, innovation and best practice within the accountancy sector in Ireland.
Mark Butler, Managing Partner at HLB Sheehan Quinn said “We are delighted to win both these awards, we have an excellent team who work incredibly hard for our clients so this recognition is a credit to both our clients and team for their energy and loyalty”.
HLB Sheehan Quinn provides accountancy, tax and business advisory services to a range of clients including indigenous owner managed, private clients, family businesses and international clients.
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