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James Cornes, account manager, Abacus Ltd (Photograph supplied)

Abacus Ltd, the full-service accounting firm, has appointed James Cornes and May Ramos as account managers.

The company said it has grown significantly since its inception in 2007, and these new hires have been made to keep pace with the increase in business and demand that the firm has experienced.

Mr Cornes, a certified public accountant with a bachelor of arts degree in economics from the University of Waterloo in Canada, joins Abacus from Conyers, where he served as accounts manager.

Prior to this, he was a senior analyst — management reporting, at HSBC.

At Abacus, the company said, he is responsible for reviewing month-end reports to clients and troubleshooting more nuanced issues, along with working with clients on online banking solutions and supporting the bookkeeping team.

Abacus said Ms Ramos joins the firm as account manager/financial solutions consultant, working to ensure the financial health and integrity of her clients.

She will be offering bookkeeping and analysis services as well as assistance in preparing financial statements and reconciling accounts.

Previous employers include Sleek, Frontline Accounting and Mitsubishi Power.

Ms Ramos is an accredited CPA and holds a bachelor of science degree in accounting from the University of Batangas in the Philippines, where she graduated cum laude, and has obtained certifications in accounting software programmes QuickBooks and Xero.

“James Cornes and May Ramos have already proven themselves invaluable members of the Abacus team,” said Megan Nesbitt, president of Abacus.

“They each bring an enormous amount of experience from different sectors, helping us to enrich and deepen the expertise that we can offer our clients.

“We are so thrilled to welcome them to the team and we look forward to many years of success working together.”

May Ramos, account manager/financial solutions consultant, Abacus Ltd (Photograph supplied)
Megan Nesbitt, president of Abacus (File photograph)

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Published May 30, 2024 at 6:45 pm (Updated May 30, 2024 at 9:10 pm)

Abacus adds to growing team

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