Nuala qualifies as certified public accountant 

Pictured is Roscommon native, Nuala McGowan, who just qualified as a Certified Public Accountant.

Roscommon native Nuala McGowan has qualified as a Certified Public Accountant. Nuala attended a graduation ceremony in the O’Reilly Hall, UCD, Dublin in December, where she was amongst a group of graduates to receive the coveted qualification.

Nuala’s journey in the world of accountancy stretches back more than 20 years when she worked in the family business. Subsequently, she worked for a local accounting firm before establishing McGowan Accountancy Services in 2013.

Nuala received an ‘A’ grade for Quality Assurance in January 2023, which means all her work is carried out to the highest standards. As a CPA accountant, Nuala is a trusted financial advisor who assists individuals, companies and other busi- ness organisations to plan and reach their financial goals. She proudly holds a practicing certificate from CPA Ireland and is fully compliant with all regulatory requirements. Nuala is also a member of the Association of International Accountants (AAIA), a globally recognised and regulated organisation.

She is the first AAIA accountant in Roscommon. The AAIA offers a bespoke membership experience, and is a growing network of accountants that are shaping the accountancy profession and delivering exceptional knowledge and skills.

Nuala previously qualified as a fellow of Accounting Technicians Ireland, the leading professional body for Accounting Technicians, with more than 10,000 members and students on the island of Ireland. Founded in 1983, Accounting Technicians Ireland provides nationally and internationally recognised accounting qualifications which open the door to a rewarding career as an Accounting Technician, as well as further study.

McGowan Accountancy Services was a finalist at the Irish Accountancy Awards 2023 and was nominated in two categories ‘Small Practice of the Year’ and ‘Best Use of Technology’, receiving an honourable mention in both categories.

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