Henderson Loggie moves into forensic accounting

With an increased demand for
forensic accounting
in Scotland, Scottish accountancy firm
Henderson Loggie has signed up
forensic accountant and corporate financier Frank McMorrow to lead a push into
this space.

McMorrow spent 13 years at KPMG before working for a Glasgow-based
independent corporate finance boutique. He is also co-owner of the Edinburgh
rooftop restaurant Oloroso following a management buyout with chef and
co-founder Tony Singh two years ago.

George Hay, Henderson Loggie’s chairman,
The Herald
he believed the firm is well placed to emerge
as the leading provider of forensic accounting services in Scotland.

‘By bringing in Frank, a senior and well-respected forensic expert, we’re
building on an area where we already have expertise, with our existing partner
Greig Rowand already being another well-recognised name. We’re also thinking
long-term in terms of developing and bringing on the forensic team underneath

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