The Partners at Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) have promoted four members of their management team to senior manager positions.
After undertaking a year-long university placement at AAB Jonathan Clark re-joined the firm as a graduate trainee in 2007, working in the audit department. After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 2010, Jonathan joined the Corporate Finance team where he now works with a diverse range of clients with a focus on acquisitions, disposals, due diligence, valuations and growth fund-raising.
Callum Gray also joined the firm in 2007 as a graduate trainee and qualified as a Chartered Certified Accountant in 2012. Working alongside Jonathan in the Corporate Finance team, Callum’s focus is on the delivery and execution of acquisitions, disposals, MBO/Is, debt and equity refinancing and valuations. He has played a significant role in the execution of several high-profile deals.
Graeme Penman trained with AAB after joining the firm as a graduate in 2008, qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 2011. Graeme is responsible for the organisation and supervision of audits across a wide range of industries, with his clients within these industries ranging from owner managed businesses to international groups. He is also a member of AAB’s Charity Services team, providing training to other members of this specialist team.
As a member of the Audit team, Stuart Rose, who joined the firm in 2008, is responsible for managing audit engagements for clients across a number of industries including construction, oil & gas, hospitality and retail. Additionally, Stuart has delivered a number of specialist projects for AAB, including overseeing the implementation of an employee share scheme.
Graeme Allan, Managing Partner, commented “Each of these promotions are very well deserved and demonstrate not only the excellent development opportunities we offer as a firm, but also the broad range of specialist skills that we continue to develop within our team.”
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