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EQ Accountants appoints new partner

Angela Haig, who specialises in personal and business taxation, takes up her position within the Forfar office of accountancy firm EQ Accountants

EQ Accountants appoints new partner

A NEW partner has been appointed at accountancy firm EQ Accountants.

Angela Haig, who specialises in personal and business taxation, takes up her position within the Forfar office this week.

She joins the firm from Henderson Loggie and, prior to that, KPMG. She undertook her examinations with the ICAS, qualifying in 1992 and went on to become a member of the CIoT in 1995.

Haig said, “I am extremely proud to be joining EQ as a Partner.  The combination of working with a firm of such high calibre, and being based within the Angus area where I grew up, particularly appeals to me. EQ’s vast and varied client base is hugely impressive and I look forward to getting immersed in the business, across all of its offices, and making a tangible difference to both existing and new clients.”

With offices in Cupar, Dundee, Forfar and Glenrothes, EQ employs over 100 staff, and now has 16 partners. With plans to grow further and recruit into a range of positions within the months ahead, EQ’s current turnover is over £6.5m.

 

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