New Regional Director for Moore North America

Brendan-Quirk.jpgEden Prairie, MN – Moore North America (Moore NA) has announced the appointment of Brendan Quirk as its new Regional Director to drive forward the continued growth of the network.

Brendan will take responsibility for almost 40 firms in the Moore North America association spanning the United States, Canada and Mexico. He will also join the executive team of Moore Global.

He moves to Moore after a decade with RSM where he was latterly regional leader for Latin America. A certified public accountant, he speaks three languages and has qualifications from Boston College School of Management and IE Business School in Madrid, Spain.

Brendan said of his new role: “We are living in a changing world and Moore is well positioned to help companies thrive in it.  I’m excited to have a role in what I am confident will be a tremendous period of growth for the network.”

Commenting on the appointment, Tony Caleca, Chairman of Moore North America, said: “Brendan’s arrival marks a major step forward for Moore North America. He brings a wealth of experience in building associations, developing services and encouraging collaboration.”

Meanwhile, Anton Colella, CEO of Moore Global said: “Moore North America is a vital part of the Moore Global network and I am delighted to welcome someone of Brendan’s calibre and track record as the new regional director.”
 
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About Moore North America
Moore North America (Moore NA) is one of five regional members of Moore Global Network Limited (MGNL). On a combined basis, MGNL member revenue exceeds $3 billion, making it the eleventh largest accounting network in the world. Moore NA has 37 independent firms in the United States, Canada and Mexico, including eight member firms on the INSIDE Public Accounting Top 100 Firms List. To learn more visit: www.moore-na.com or follow on Twitter: @MooreNAmerica
Contact details
Laura Metz, Marketing & Communications Manager
Moore North America
lmetz@moore-na.com
612-524-7941
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