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Outstanding Professional Support with a Firm Focus on Personal Service Since 1946.
At Miscampbell & Co we pride ourselves on our first class client service and exceptional staff who will work with you to achieve your goals. Our cost effective and friendly approach will help deliver results in improving your business and personal wealth.
Our Core Values are EPIC:
Expertise – We focus on continuous improvement. Our people are our strength and together we bring clients the benefit of shared knowledge through our ‘team’ ethos.
Professionalism – We are externally regulated by Chartered Accountants Ireland who demand the highest of standards from all their members. We are bound by their high ethical standards and pride ourselves on producing high quality work on every engagement we take on.
Integrity – We do what is right not what’s easy. We keep our word and hold ourselves accountable to our clients and ourselves.
Commitment – We are passionate about providing our clients with the best service possible and encourage learning and innovation.
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