BDO Cayman Islands welcomes new hires

BDO’s new starters, from left to right: John Eliver, Mutsa Mutsago, Marcia Hurlston, John Tweedie, Daniel Cargill and Patrick Geraghty.

Two audit trainees and five audit seniors have started at accounting firm BDO.

Marcia Hurlston, Mutsa Mutsago, Lacey Manz, John Tweedie, Daniel Cargill, Patrick Geraghty and John Eliver completed a week-long introduction training course before officially getting started.

“This training is their first introduction to BDO Cayman Islands,” said audit manager and trainer Chris Wiltshire. “They learn about the types of clients we audit and our audit methodology.”

“We are pleased to have taken on new talent at BDO,” said managing partner Glen Trenouth. “They are an exceptional bunch, coming from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences.”

Zimbabwe native, audit senior Mutsa Mutsago, noted Cayman is a different marketplace with a much more international focus. “I love a challenge, and look forward to applying my accounting skills in an offshore context. There is much to learn and accomplish here and I am delighted to join the experienced team at BDO,” she said.

BDO’s newest Caymanian audit trainee, John Tweedie, has recently finished his studies at the University of Dundee and is eager to get started in his new career.

“I’d been interning every summer at CUC for the past three years while I’ve been at university,” he said. “It’s taught me a lot and given me invaluable job preparation.”

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