Leading independent accountancy and business advisory firm, Johnston Carmichael, has made seven director promotions across five of its service lines, to further strengthen its senior team.
The top 20 UK accountancy firm, which is part of the PKF International network, has made 78 promotions to date in 2021.
The seven new directors include Glasgow-based Craig Burnie and Karen McBride who work in the innovation taxes and audit teams respectively; Raemond Jappy and Stefano Vincini who are both based in Aberdeen and work in the audit and corporate finance teams; Kirsty Yuill who works in the Dundee office’s business advisory team; Forfar-based Sam Nicholson who also works in business advisory; and Sam Church who works in the London office with the financial services consulting team.
Andrew Walker, chief executive at Johnston Carmichael, said: “It is our employees that make our business, and I am extremely proud of the commitment and passion that our staff show on a day-to-day basis. Never has this been more important than in the past 15 months, when businesses across the country have been under enormous strain.
“Supporting and developing the next generation of professional advisers is right at the heart of our firm and it gives me great pride to see our people develop and thrive whilst working at Johnston Carmichael.
“In addition to the seven new directors I would like to offer my sincere congratulations to every one of our colleagues who has been promoted so far this year. In each case it is a recognition of continued dedication, development, and hard work, qualities which will be central in driving the company forward in the coming weeks, months and years.”
(From L-R: Craig Burnie, Karen McBride, Kirsty Yuill, Raemond Jappy, Samuel Church, Samantha Nicholson & Stefano Vincini).
Johnston Carmichael has 13 offices across the UK.
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Scotland's largest independent firm of Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers