Galway growth continues for Mazars with partnerships from arts to Stem

Mazars is growing in tandem with its clients and has moved to new city centre offices in Galway

29th September, 2019
Paul Mee and Austin Sammon of Mazars GalwayJason Clarke

In Galway, Mazars announced the creation of up to 30 new jobs over three years, doubling the headcount of its new office in Mayoralty House in Galway city from 30 to 60.

“While 20 of the new positions will service the outsourced accounting business in Galway, the additional ten roles will be in our audit, tax and advisory teams,” according to the audit, accountancy and tax specialists.

“Our ambition is to become Ireland’s leading outsourced accounting provider....

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