Accountancy firm Campbell Dallas has appointed four new partners following its merger with Scott Moncrieff.
Kirsty Murray, James McBride, Jennifer Alexander and Alan Brown have all been appointed partners after joining as graduate trainees. They have been with Campbell Dallas for an average of 16 years.
After joining as a trainee in 2004, Kirsty Murray has been appointed as a new Tax partner based in Edinburgh. She has extensive knowledge of corporate and business tax and is acknowledged as a specialist in the technology, R&D and performing arts sectors.
James McBride, who joined the business as a trainee in 2003, has been appointed as a new Audit partner based in the Glasgow city centre office. He specialises in providing external audit and business advisory services to a wide range of clients in the property, construction, housing association, charity and education sectors.
Jennifer Alexander has been appointed as an Audit partner after joining the business in 2001 as a CA trainee. Also based in Glasgow, she has specialised in the charity and housing association sectors and provides business advice to food and drink, construction and property businesses.
Alan Brown joined Campbell Dallas in 2003 as a CA trainee has been promoted to Audit partner. He qualified in 2006 and became a director in 2013.
Commenting on the new partner appointments, managing partner for Scotland, Chris Horne said: “We would like to congratulate the new partners on their promotions and wish them every success as they continue to develop their careers within the business”
“We are focused on developing our own people and on creating outstanding career opportunities for our people looking to develop a career in the accountancy profession.”
Scott Moncrieff joined Campbell Dallas in May 2019, creating one of Scotland’s largest business advisory firms with a combined fee income of around £40m and employing over 550 staff.