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Excellent job with opportunity to learn about new clients and meet new people on regular basis

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30 December 2015
- A typical day at work mainly comprised of communication / meetings with the client, coaching and reviewing the work of subordinates , executing the audit documentation - During my tenure, I have learned among other things, client management, understanding of UK & Irish GAAP/ IFRS, shared service audits work, correspondence with EY Local teams in different countries and managing everyone (Partner, client, audit, managers, assistants) -
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  1. Excellent job with opportunity to learn about new clients and meet new people on regular basis