PracticeAccounting FirmsTenon makes FD appointment

Tenon makes FD appointment

Tenon has promoted Russell McBurnie to finance director

Tenon has promoted
Russell McBurnie, who joined the firm as financial controller in 2005, to become
its finance director.

The 35-year-old qualified earlier as a chartered accountant for
Deloitte
& Touche
and then worked as divisional financial controller for
passenger transport business First Group, GAAPweb reports.

Andy Raynor, Tenon chief executive officer, said he was pleased to be able to
promote McBurnie, saying: ‘Having worked closely with Russell in recent months,
I know he will be an excellent FD and an asset to the business’.

In a separate move, Tenon has also recruited Mark McRae from PKF to work as
an audit and business services director in its Glasgow office.

Further reading:

Profession shaken but not stirred over stock price woes

Acquisitions drive Tenon’s growth

Read
the story in GAAPweb

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