PracticeAccounting FirmsBaker Tilly bolsters its Edinburgh office

Baker Tilly bolsters its Edinburgh office

Baker Tilly has made three senior appointments at its Edinburgh Quay office

Baker Tilly has
made three senior appointments at its Edinburgh Quay office in an effort to
build on last year’s merger with Bruntsfield-based Scott & Paterson and the
acquisition of Lanarkshire-based James Lockhart & Co.

VAT veteran Jim Burberry joins from PricewaterhouseCoopers as a partner in
the firm’s tax team and Andy Baker has been promoted to partner in the corporate
finance department, The Scotsman reports.

In addition, the firm has appointed Sheila Low, who claims a long career in
venture capital, investment management and corporate finance, a business
development director.

Bill Davidson, managing partner said 2007 was a transformational year for
Baker Tilly.

Further reading:

Baker Tilly merges with Yorkshire firm

Baker Tilly merges with Slater Maidment

Read
story in The Scotsman

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