New appointments at Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace boost property & financial services
Aberdeen and North-east legal firm Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCC&W) has announced two new appointments, signalling growth in their property and financial service teams.
Sarah-Louise Hay joins as an additional mortgage adviser and will divide her time between the firm’s Ellon and Inverurie Branches.
David Smith has taken a position as residential conveyancing solicitor within the firm’s city centre estate agency branch.
Having worked in the financial services industry for a number of years, Sarah-Louise has an in depth knowledge of all mortgage matters.
This will be put to good use at RCC&W, where she will be guiding clients through all issues relating to mortgages, life and general insurance.
Mr Smith has extensive experience in the property sector and an in-depth knowledge of the local housing market. He joins the firm from Ledingham Chalmers, having spent five years working as a qualified Solicitor in their Residential Property Department.
AT RCC&W, he will continue to specialise in this area of law, advising clients on the sale, purchase and transfer of residential property.
Managing partner, Keith Allan said: “The expertise of these two new members of staff will be invaluable to clients wishing to buy or sell their homes or seeking mortgage and insurance advice. I am delighted to welcome both Sarah-Louise and David to Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace. I have no doubt both will be tremendous assets to our firm in their respective areas.”