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Are you a newly qualified auditor from a Big 4 or mid-tier firm background looking to progress your career whilst earning tax-free in the sunshine?

Our Experience:

Our CEO and founder, Steve McIntosh, as well as financial services team leader, Will Koutney, both sprang forth from Cayman audit firms to advise on audit’s role as a pillar of Cayman’s financial services business community. In addition to helping you find accommodation and guiding you through the entire recruitment and relocation process, as we are based here, we socialize and network with all the partners at the major firms and can give you the inside scoop on office culture, salaries and what the different firms look for.

What to Expect:

While every major audit firm is represented here in the Cayman Islands including “the Big Four” and most second-tier firms, each firm offers a unique environment with its own specialty areas and culture.  We can advise you on the differences and the best fit for your personality and career goals.

Every year more than 60 professional accountants from all over the world arrive in the Cayman Islands to begin a two-year contract with one of the world’s best-known accounting firms.

If you have two or more years of auditing experience, a professional accounting designation (CA, ACCA or CPA), and fluent English skills, we can help you take your life and your career to the next level with an auditing job in the Cayman Islands.

It may all sound too good to be true, but we can go into more detail in your specific practice area during our initial consultation. Curious about moving Offshore?

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Why consider audit jobs in Cayman?
  • Higher, tax-free, or low-tax salary
  • Enhance your career with international financial services experience at a globally recognized firm
  • Achieve more rapid promotion than is typical onshore
  • No sacrifice of quality of work for increased quality of life
  • Work-life balance that is impossible to beat
  • Commutes measured in single-digit minutes rather than hours
  • Year-round summer
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