BDO names new Scotland partner
Accountancy and business advisory firm, BDO has announced the appointment of Adam Broatch as a new partner as it continues to invest and grow in its team in Scotland.
Mr Broatch joins as a partner in the firm’s transaction services team and will be based in BDO’s newly remodelled Edinburgh office. He will focus on working with ambitious, entrepreneurially-spirited and high-growth businesses in Scotland, as well as supporting private equity investors and their portfolio, helping to build on the recent success and momentum of the Scottish transaction services team. He joins from EY.
Mr Broatch said: “BDO has an exceptional reputation in the market for supporting business growth and helping management teams capitalise on the opportunities available to them.
“I’m looking forward to working with the impressive team that is already in place and helping the businesses we work with succeed.”
Craig Martin, partner at BDO, who leads the firm’s transaction services team in Scotland, added: “We continue to invest in the best talent in Scotland as we grow as a firm.
“We’ve recently invested in new, modern working spaces in both Edinburgh and Glasgow, as well as making a raft of promotions across all areas of the team.
“It has been another very active year for BDO in Scotland and across the UK. Adam’s appointment is reflective of the calibre of team we are building as we focus on delivering high-quality advice and transactions in the years ahead.”