Chartered accountants Anderson Anderson and Brown (ABB) has appointed new managing partners to two of its offices.
Tax specialist Derek Mitchell will take over as managing director of AAB’s Aberdeen office from 1 April alongside Lyn Calder who has been appointed to its Edinburgh site.
Mitchell, who joined the firm 14 years ago, currently leads the firm’s business advisory group while Calder is head of deals for the firms Central Belt division.
The firm said the appointments follow a period of “significant growth” at AAB as it works towards “ambitious plans”, which includes achieving revenue of over £40m in 2022.
It also wants to create around 100 new jobs in its Edinburgh office as it continues to expand into London and wider international markets.
Graeme Allan, chief executive said: “We are delighted to announce both Derek and Lyn’s appointments to managing partner, both of which are richly deserved and recognised as such by both clients and colleagues.
“As the business continues to expand in both the Central Belt and Aberdeen, each of them will play a key role in building on the strong track record we have achieved whilst ensuring that we continue to evolve, improve and invest in our business working alongside myself and the board.”
He added: “It is an exciting time for our business as we work together to embrace technology, develop future talent and drive new growth opportunities across all our divisions. I am extremely positive about the future of our firm.”