Campbell Dallas appoints director to head new employer solutions service

Shaun Young and Aileen Gates
Shaun Young and Aileen Gates

Independent Scottish accountancy firm Campbell Dallas has appointed Shaun Young as director of employer solutions in a move that will see the expansion of the number of services and breadth of advice the firm offers.

Mr Young’s experience in tax and employer solutions advisory services spans more than thirty years gained during his work at professional services firms including Begbies Traynor, Schroders, and most recently at Grant Thornton where he supported the growth of the firm’s employer solutions offering.

A Campbell Dallas statement said: “Mr Young will develop a new employer solutions service line within Campbell Dallas’s tax consultancy group, offering potential and existing clients expertise in employment taxation and employment matters, including performance and reward design, share schemes, PAYE audits and tax efficient rewards.”

Aileen Gates, head of tax at Campbell Dallas, said: “Shaun’s specialist knowledge of employer solutions significantly strengthens our tax group offering, broadening our expertise and enablingCampbell Dallas to offer specialist advice on all areas relating to employment matters. As one of a handful of Scotland based professionals with this expertise, Shaun’s advice will help our clients become more competitive and profitable.”

Managing partner Chris Horne, said: “This move follows the appointment of new partners, Graham Cunning and Murdoch MacLennan who joined us in February this year.

“Murdoch, previously in banking is able to help our clients gain a fuller understanding of their banking options and how to work with their bank to get a good solution while Graham has experience of the leveraged debt sector and is able to advise more of our growing clients looking to private equity for development capital. All of these appointments add to our skillset as well as bolstering our business development capability, helping us to accelerate the planned growth of the firm.”

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