Infinity Partnership, the Aberdeen accountancy and business advisory practice, has won another national accolade.
The business has been named Outstanding Firm of the Year for Scotland at the 2017 Business Excellence Awards.
Infinity recently won the UK Best Strategic Business Advice category in the Corporate Livewire Innovation and Excellence Awards 2017. The firm was also named Best M&A Tax Advisory Firm – UK in the 2017 Accounting, Audit & Tax Awards.
Infinity managing partner Simon Cowie was named Practitioner of the Year at the 2016 British Accountancy Awards, while the firm was named Independent Firm of the Year – Scotland at the 2015 British Accountancy Awards.
Simon said: “It’s tremendous to win another award and credit must go everyone at Infinity. The team has had to adapt to the changing requirements of many clients due to the current situation in the oil and gas industry.
“The fact we have responded to client needs, from reviewing costs and processes to sourcing additional funding, has led to growth for the business largely through word of mouth.”
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Arianna Smith, head of award organisers Corporate Awards, said: “We were simply overwhelmed with the volume of nominations received for this year’s Business Excellence awards. The judging panel had no easy task in selecting the winners.”
Infinity has advised more than 70 start-ups in the past 18 months, supported companies with research and development (R&D) tax claims and helped clients with financial advice in light of the low oil price. Formed in 2011 and based in the city’s West End, Infinity has a staff of 13.
Infinity was a finalist in three categories at last year’s Scottish Accountancy and Finance Awards. Simon was named Scottish Dealmaker of the Year in 2009 and 2014. The firm offers accountancy services, research and development tax solutions, business advisory services, start-up advice and tax planning among its services.