E&Y ‘oil man’ joins Deloitte

E&Y ‘oil man’ joins Deloitte

Oil and gas expert swaps one Big Four firm for another

Deloitte has poached oil and gas
expert Andrew Dalgarno from rival firm Ernst & Young,
The Herald has revealed.

According to the paper, Dalgarno joined the Aberdeen office of Deloitte this
month as an audit director.

He has more than 18 years’ experience of serving national and international
clients in the oil and gas industry in both the upstream and service sectors and
he has worked in Russia, Portugal and Egypt.

Graeme
Sheils
, senior audit and advisory partner at Deloitte in Aberdeen, said: ‘We
are delighted to welcome Andrew to our oil and gas team. His appointment is
reflective of our recent successes and growth ambitions in Aberdeen, and further
enhances our local delivery capabilities and oil and gas credentials.’

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