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Wylie and Bisset adds two senior managers

Having commenced the new roles on 15 March, the duo have joined the company’s recovery and insolvency team

Wylie and Bisset, a chartered accountancy firm, has announced the appointments of two senior managers to its business recovery and insolvency team.

Both Craig Allison and Elaine Ramage commenced their new roles on 15 March 2021, joining from French Duncan and mlm Solutions respectively.

Beginning his insolvency career at French Duncan, Allison then moved to KPMG as an assistant manager at its restructuring division before acting as senior manager for a number of independent insolvency practices and returning to French Duncan seven years ago.

Duncan specialises in the implementation of strategy and front-end investigations, while also bringing experience of personal insolvency procedures to the position.

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He said: “[I] look forward to assisting clients restructure their operations as, at long last, we begin the process of economic recovery from the restrictions enforced to manage the Covid-19 pandemic.”

Prior to her time at mlm Solutions, Ramage acted as a senior manager in business recovery at PKF for 25 years before joining BDO.

She follows the path set by Maureen Leslie and Barry Mochan at Wylie and Bisset, who also made the switch from mlm Solutions last month.

Ramage said: “I’m very pleased to rejoin my former mlm Solutions colleagues at Wylie and Bisset and fired with enthusiasm about the comprehensive range of advice and expertise our burgeoning recovery department can offer the marketplace.”

Donald McKinnon, managing partner at the firm, said that the appointments have a “wealth of experience and a well-deserved reputation” in the industry.

He added that they will bring a “new dimension” to the company’s business recovery department.

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