Anderson Anderson and Brown (AAB) has been appointed to join the “prestigious” Law Society of Scotland’s panel of approved accountancy partner firms.
AAB is one of only two accountancy firms to join the panel, which it said was due to its “long-established, successful” track record of supporting legal service firms with varied accounting, regulatory and tax requirements.
The Law Society of Scotland is a professional body for all Scottish solicitors and as part of the partnership programme, the Law Society seeks approved accountants to offer services and advice to legal firms and their clients.
Charlotta Cederqvist, head of business development at the Law Society of Scotland, said: “We are delighted to welcome AAB on to our accountancy panel. Our mission is to set and uphold high standards to ensure excellent legal service across Scotland’s legal profession, and we believe AAB reflects and supports this high level of quality.
“We ensure our members have access to the best resources and advice available and we are excited to see how AAB will benefit our members and in turn, the sector.”
Derek Mitchell, head of AAB’s professional services team, added: “For many years we have worked with legal firms to help them achieve their business ambitions, plus support them in providing their clients with the best possible advice.
“Joining the accountancy panel of the Law Society of Scotland will help solidify our reputation as one of the top advisors to legal firms whilst widening our reach within the sector. We are very much looking forward to working on new opportunities and projects with the society and its members in the years to come.”