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Russell Bedford appoints HannawayCA as member in Belfast

Russell Bedford International has announced the appointment of HannawayCA as the global professional services network’s member firm in Northern Ireland. Founded in 2013, HannawayCA is a grouping of three companies which consists of Chartered Accountants HannawayCA Limited and its specialist subsidiaries HCA Business Recovery and HCA Corporate Finance. The founder is now supported by four specialist directors and a team of professional and administrative staff.

The firm's structure allows it to offer its clients the full range of high-value services expected from a mid to top tier firm but with the relationships and understanding generally only enjoyed when dealing with a smaller practice. With a focus on business recovery and insolvency, corporate finance and M&A, HannawayCA has corporate clients in a range of business sectors.

HannawayCA Director, John Hannaway, added: “Network affiliation is critical to our firm’s growth strategy. Our new membership of Russell Bedford not only raises our international profile but guarantees that our clients will receive a comprehensive global service wherever they need it.”

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