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AAB makes four senior promotions

David Purse has been promoted to partner and Amanda Ollason, Stuart Rose and Graeme Penman have been promoted to director

Anderson Anderson and Brown (AAB) has made four senior promotions across its London, Edinburgh and Aberdeen offices.  

David Purse has been promoted to partner in the firm’s London office, and Amada Ollason will become director in the firm’s Aberdeen branch. 

Purse leads AAB’s global mobility offering from the firm’s London Office. Having worked across EMEA, APAC, and the Americas, his “breadth of knowledge” allows him to deliver to his clients globally ranging from SMEs to large multinational corporations.  

Ollason, is a member of AAB’s corporate tax team based in the firm’s Aberdeen office. She works with entrepreneurs, family businesses and high net worth individuals to “provide structuring and tax advice”. 

Meanwhile, Stuart Rose has been promoted to director in the firm’s Edinburgh office and Graeme Penman has been named director for the firm’s Aberdeen branch. 

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Rose is head of construction and property strategy and “plays a pivotal role” in working with AAB’s specialist team to proactively support its 200 construction and property clients across Scotland.

In addition, Penman is based in AAB’s Aberdeen office and has experience in “leading audits to a variety of different businesses, ranging from owner managed businesses to international groups”. 

Graeme Allan, chief executive at AAB, said: “These promotions reflect the commitment to both the firm and our expectation of ‘awesome client experience’ and we are delighted for David, Amanda, Graeme and Stuart as it demonstrates the significant contributions each of them have made to their respective business units.

“At AAB our focus continues to be investing in our talented team and by strengthening our leadership with promotions like these we shall continue to meet our clients’ diverse needs across a changing market, both in the UK and globally.”

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