Dunedin Advisory celebrates first birthday as an Employee Ownership Trust
The 2nd of April marked the first anniversary of restructuring and insolvency specialists Dunedin Advisory’s transition to becoming an Employee Ownership Trust (EOT).
Christine Convy, director, said: “It’s been a very quick and unprecedented first EOT year for the DA team. Completing our EOT status just 6 days after going into lockdown in 2020 and managing to achieve a seamless ‘home working’ environment for all staff within a week was no mean feat!”
This transition together with updating many of the systems and processes online with new technology and server has fast tracked the company into deciding ‘blended working’ is the way forward.
Ms Convy added: “With digital communication being a key element for all businesses, we’ve also launched two microsites, the first direct to SME’s in need of recovery/restructuring – FinancialHelpScotland.com and HelpWithDebt.scot for individuals with mounting debt issues.”
Two new office relocations to ITEK House in Glenrothes, and a move into Glasgow city centre at 2 West Regent Street have completed the upgrade of all three offices in Scotland including Dundee, giving the firm the space, technology and flexibility to meet the needs of clients for the future.