Andy Yiannakou

Regional DirectorSpecialising in Accountancy & Finance

When Andy had more than 15 years of recruitment expertise under his belt, he decided that the time was right to open Select Appointments Croydon, which has been established for more than 5 years now. With over 20 years experience in the recruitment industry, Andy has a robust network of contacts spread across many sectors and disciplines. Working on a partnership basis with his clients, Andy's area of expertise is Accountancy and Finance roles across London and Surrey, although he does offer his expertise in other disciplines when his clients or candidates require it.

Outside of work most of Andy's time is taken up spending time with his children, which includes managing his son's under 14 football team. Any other spare time he can be found in the gym!

Jobs by Andy

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Administrator/Underwriting Assistant
London£23000 - £25000 per annum, Benefits: + study

We are currently recruiting an administration and underwriting assistant for our City based client who are going through a sustained period of growth due to the success of the business. This exciti...

Graduate Finance Analyst
Croydon£20000 - £22000 per annum, Benefits: + study + bens

Our client an established and highly successful business that operate within the Financial Services sector are looking to add to their team with the addition of a Graduate Finance Analyst. The comp...

Data & Processing Analyst
Croydon£17000 - £19000 per annum

Our client are a fast growing and highly successful business who provide support functions across executive management, consultancy, finance, compliance and IT to niche organisations within the Ins...

Accounts Receivables
Croydon£23000 - £25000 per annum

Our client a fast growing and highly successful organisation operating in the Insurance Sector are looking to recruit an additional Accounts Receivable assistant to join their team as they take on ...

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