Grant Thornton relocates to larger office space and hires four new staff members

L-R – Matthew Lowson, Jack Grigor, Barry Fraser, Kyle Evett, Moira Wilkie
L-R – Matthew Lowson, Jack Grigor, Barry Fraser, Kyle Evett, Moira Wilkie

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Grant Thornton has relocated to larger office space as it continues its expansion in Aberdeen and hired four new team members in the last month.

The business and financial advisor has achieved a number of significant client wins – across its audit, tax and advisory services – since it first opened in the Granite City in 2016.

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The latest additions are two Audit Associates, Jack Grigor and Kyle Evett, one Corporate Finance Advisory Executive, Matthew Lowson, and Support Assistant Moira Wilkie.

The new hires further strengthen the firm’s extensive range of services in the North East of Scotland and provides for further growth in key sectors, including Food & Drink and Energy & Natural Resources.

To facilitate further planned growth in 2019, the team has moved to larger offices within its existing base at The Silver Fin Building, in the heart of Aberdeen city centre.

Barry Fraser, Corporate Finance Director from Grant Thornton’s Aberdeen office, said:

“2018 was a particularly strong year for the team here in Aberdeen. With a gradual return to growth in the wider local economy, we’ve been able to demonstrate our innovative, client-focused approach. . Aberdeen is a unique marketplace and it’s important to build strong relationships with businesses to understand the different challenges and opportunities they face and help them unlock growth.

“Our expanded team enables us to deliver a first-class insight-led service, ensuring that we’re proactively helping clients across the region and we go into 2019 with optimism.”

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