Accounting and consulting network Moore Global has announced the appointment of five of its sector leaders as global leaders for the network.
The newly formed roles will support the network’s growth strategy while emphasizing plans to strengthen its global leadership position in a number of key sectors.
While the network is headquartered in London, the global leaders will be tasked with working alongside over 600 collaboration group members to promote and position market sectors, drive sector growth, and support collaboration within the network.
Graham Tyler, chairman at Moore Kingston Smith, has been appointed as global leader of Media, with Mark Fagan, partner at Citrin Cooperman and Co, named global leader of manufacturing and distribution.
Currently managing partner at Moore Australia, David Tomasi has been added as the network’s global leader of energy, mining, and renewables.
Finally, Dan Natale, managing partner at Canada’s Segal will act as global leader of real estate and construction, while Costas Constantinou, managing partner at Moore Greece has been appointed as global leader of maritime.
Anton Colella, global CEO at the network, said: “These individuals have already proven their dedication to supporting our business growth.
“I’m confident that within their new roles they will continue to shape our business, helping our clients and the wider Moore Global team tackle the key challenges of modern business, and ultimately help them thrive.”