Scott-Moncrieff has announced the appointment of a new partner to lead their business technology consulting team.
Fraser Nicol joins the firm from EY where he worked on developing technology risk consulting, cyber security and data analytic services. He has 20 years’ experience in consultancy and industry and has provided advice to the government and FTSE boards.
At Scott-Moncrieff, Nicol’s role will focus on implementing the firm’s strategy to “build the strongest business technology consulting practice in Scotland”. To achieve this, the firm will introduce new client services relating to data analytics, cyber-crime, programme assurance and digital transformation.
Stewart MacDonald, managing partner of Scott-Moncrieff said: “Fraser’s appointment will invigorate our already busy business technology team, and allow us to expand this service in line with growing client demand and rapidly developing technology.
“Alongside financial governance, information governance is increasingly important to organisations, with the two becoming more connected than ever before. Furthermore, with the financial health and reputation of an organisation so intertwined with its ability to protect and analyse data, technology consulting is frequently part of the rounded service we provide to clients that take a holistic approach to their performance.”
Richard Cameron-Williams, who joined RGL on the graduate programme in September 2005, has been appointed partner with effect from April 1
Andrew Howson joins the firm from EY, bringing experience in advising private equity and corporate clients across multiple sectors in the UK and Europe
Dennis Layton takes up the position on April 1 and will contribute to the firm’s goal of becoming the leading global professional services organisation by 2020
Richard Cartwright becomes the new head, taking over from incumbent head of office David Lemon