Baker Tilly Mooney Moore adds Neil Armstrong as Director

01 February 2023 1 min. read
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Neil Armstrong has joined Baker Tilly Mooney Moore as a new Tax Director. He joins a growing tax advisory team with a decade of experience working for a Big Four firm.

Armstrong commented, “I am thrilled to join the team at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore. Already it is clear this is a busy practice with clients across all sectors requiring detailed, often bespoke advice on their tax obligations and options. Faced with a recession and increasingly uncertain business landscape, the need for sound professional advice is clear.”

Founded in 1920, Baker Tilly Mooney Moore provides accountancy and business advisory services to clients in the private, public and voluntary sectors. Its services include audit and assurance, taxation, restructuring and insolvency work and business consulting, among others.

Neil Armstrong, Tax Director at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore

Joining as a Tax Director, Armstrong brings more than 25 years of experience to the firm. His main areas of focus are personal tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax, succession planning and business structures. He also specialises in maximising tax efficiencies and cashflow.

He arrives from a six-year spell with mid-market firm GMcG Chartered Accountants. Prior to this, Armstrong spent 10 years with PwC, where he was latterly a Private Client Tax Manager, advising high net worth individuals on all areas of taxation.

Arriving alongside Armstrong is Tax Trainee Jessica Harris. Joining the Belfast company from Australia, Harris spent the last two years working for the Australian Taxation Office and holds a First Class degree in Environmental Economics.

Welcoming the pair to the firm, Angela Keery, Head of Tax at Baker Tilly Mooney Moore, stated, “It has been a pleasure to begin 2023 with both Neil and Jessica as part of the team. Both bring a wealth of unique experience that will be invaluable to our clients going forward.”