Accountancy firm Chiene and Tait (C+T) has appointed a new partner within its expanding Personal Tax team.
Lisa Travers joins from RSM’s Glasgow office where she worked within its private client practice. Prior to that she spent the first nine years of her career at KPMG before moving to Deloitte, where she was an associate director.
C+T said Travers brings a “wealth of experience” to her new role as an experienced adviser on income and capital tax planning for high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs and private equity fund executives. Working alongside Michelle Fallon, C+T’s head of Private Client Tax, she will focus on further growing the firm’s private client business throughout Scotland.
Travers said: “I’m really thrilled to join the highly regarded Personal Tax team at Chiene and Tait. The entire firm’s growth over the past decade is so impressive. It’s incredibly exciting for me to now be part of this success and help further develop its private client practice.”
Fallon added: “Lisa is an experienced and talented personal tax specialist who has built a formidable reputation in her successive roles with so much to offer as we continue to grow our practice. We are very pleased to welcome her to the firm and I look forward to working closely with her and leveraging her wealth of expertise to benefit our clients.”