TWO NEW PARTNERS have been appointed to Scottish firm Scott-Moncrieff.
Morag Watson and Pamela Coyne have been promoted, in a move that takes the firm’s partner number to 16.
Watson has been with the firm for nine years, specialising in personal tax: high net worth individuals, partnerships, trusts and landed estates. She is based in the firm’s Edinburgh office.
Insolvency practitioner Coyne has been named a corporate recovery partner, where she will be looking to expand its presence through the firm’s membership of the Moore Stephens network. Coyne joined the firm a year ago.
Managing partner Stewart MacDonald said of the appointments, “By continuing to attract specialists in all areas of our business, as well as focusing on the ongoing development of our people, we can enhance our offering to the marketplace. We are enjoying growth across the firm in all sectors and with Morag and Pamela as part of the partnership, that upward trajectory is set to continue.”
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