Bryan Jackson, head of PKF’s Scotland office, has decided to step down after
11 years in charge.
Jackson came to prominence while handling the administration of Motherwell
Football Club in 2002. Motherwell emerged from administration in April 2004
after he helped the club reach a creditors voluntary arrangement.
Jackson, who remains a partner with the firm, will now take on a new role
challenging the Scottish Executive over its controversial new Bankruptcy and
Diligence Bill, the Herald reported
He will be replaced by Edinburgh-based Martin Gill on 1 April. Gill heads
PKF’s Scottish charities assurance and advisory team.
The firm also announced the appointment of Mark McRae as a new partner in the
firm’s Glasgow office, as an assurance and advisory specialist.
PKF has 11 partners and 145 staff in Scotland with annual turnover of £6m.
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