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Scott-Moncrieff promotes Allison Gibson to partner

Commercial and charity audit specialist moves to partner role

SCOTT-MONCRIEFF has announced the immediate appointment of a new partner in its Glasgow office. Allison Gibson has been with the firm for 17 years, joining in 1998 as a CA trainee.

Gibson provides audit and accounting advice, alongside operational and technical advice, and training, to SMEs and owner managed businesses within the manufacturing, distribution, property and construction sectors.

She also has a number of clients in the charity sector, focusing on the arts, care organisations and grant givers.

Managing partner Stewart MacDonald said of the appointment: “Allison has worked her way up through the business, and has rightly earned the loyalty of her clients and colleagues along the way.

“She has established a solid client base while developing both the team and business, and in particular, has been well placed to advise owner managers on the ever-changing landscape that comes along with challenging circumstances. With a track record of commitment and success, Allison’s advancement to partner is very well deserved.”

In addition, Shelley Hughes, who has previously worked with PwC and EDF Energy, has joined the firm as audit director.

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