Mid-tier accounting firm Mazars has won a new outsourcing contract with the
National Australia Bank, one of Australia’s Big Four banks, and owner of both
Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks.
The firm has won a five-year contract to handle the banks’ trust and executry
business and will see 12 NAB staff joining the Scottish office, increasing its
staff numbers in Glasgow and Edinburgh to beyond 100.
The work will include maintaining trusts, administering the estates, and the
provision of a will-writing service, the Herald reported.
Peter Jibson, managing partner of Mazars north of the border, said: ‘This win
further strengthens our position as one of the leading providers of trustee
services in Scotland.’
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