EY Scotland sees record partner investment
Seven partners and three associate partners have joined the Scottish operation of accountancy giant EY, taking its partner count across four Scots offices to 32.
It is the single largest investment in new partners in EY Scotland to date.
Jamie Dixon and Heather Smallwood have become partners in Aberdeen, while Jennifer Houston is now a partner in Edinburgh, joined by associate partners Mike Jenkins, Giles Watson and Gordon Wood.
Laura Mair and Tricia Nelson have been promoted to partners in the Glasgow office.
The firm has also added Derek Hyslop and Mike Timmins as executive directors in Edinburgh, alongside Paul Stratford, Janie Mcminn and Nicola Mcintrye in Glasgow.
Mark Harvey, partner and market leader at EY Scotland, said: “This year’s new partner appointments reflect our high-performing culture and our ability to respond to our clients’ needs.
“Our capacity to make such a significant investment is a result of recent market success , and reflects our belief that we can continue to build the most dynamic and client focused professional services firm in Scotland.”