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Consilium secures new partner to boost business advisory team

Formerly of Azets, the firm said Craig Coyle’s addition is a ‘further boost’ to Consilium’s growing advisory business working with small and medium sized companies across Scotland and the UK

Consilium Chartered Accountants has confirmed the appointment of Craig Coyle as a partner at the Glasgow-based firm.

From July he will lead Consilium’s Tax department alongside founding partner, Raymond Clarke. Formerly of Azets, the firm said Coyle’s addition is a “further boost” to Consilium’s growing advisory business working with small and medium sized companies across Scotland and the UK.

Having also spent time at Deloitte and Ernst and Young, Coyle was appointed Tax director at Azets in 2013 before becoming a partner in 2015. It added that with “specialist experience” in tax support for transactions and corporate restructuring, he represents a “valuable addition” to Consilium’s growing business advisory team.

Coyle said: “Joining Consilium is a really exciting move for me. In less than a decade they have built an enviable client portfolio, and I am eager to see where we can take the firm in the next ten years.

“The Consilium Partners were colleagues during my time at RSM Tenon and the opportunity to work with them again was one I could not pass up. The firm’s ethos and ambitions for the future closely match my own.”

Consilium Tax partner Raymond Clarke added: “Bringing Craig into the team is an investment in our continued growth. He is hugely experienced with a great track record of working with successful entrepreneurs and business owners.

“Our clients and colleagues will greatly benefit from his insight and advice.”

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