PracticeAccounting FirmsGrant Thornton expands its corp finance team

Grant Thornton expands its corp finance team

Grant Thornton has expanded its corporate finance team to target the Scottish M&A market

Grant Thornton
has expanded its corporate finance team, targeting prospects for the Scottish
mergers and acquisitions market despite growing fears that the global credit
crunch will result in a marked slowdown in Scotland.

The company has added two senior specialists from London to its Scottish
team. Scott Langlands has joined from brokerage Oriel Securities while David
Sloan has transferred from GT’s audit function, The Herald reports.

Grant Thornton has also announced a number of promotions within its corporate
finance department such as the elevation of director David Cockburn to partner
level.

Cockburn confirmed there had been no sign of a let-up over the last year and
the team had a strong pipeline of deals in the mid-market.

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