Three new partners at Anderson Anderson & Brown

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Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB), Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors, has promoted three new Partners; Steven Fraser, Brian McMurray and Kevin Meaney, with this bringing the number of partners in the firm now to fifteen.

Steven Fraser is Head of Payroll & Employment Taxes at AAB, specialising in global employment tax and social security compliance and planning matters for both UK and International clients who face ever changing legislation and reporting requirements.

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Brian McMurray has a wealth of knowledge and experience across all areas of Corporate Finance, however as Head of Equity Funding he has specialised in delivering fundraising projects across a broad spectrum of industries including the technology, oil & gas and food & drink sectors. Brian divides his time between the firm’s Aberdeen and Edinburgh offices.

Kevin Meaney is a tax specialist with his key area of expertise being the provision of tax planning and structuring advice to an entrepreneurial client base across areas such as EIS, entrepreneurs relief, M&A transactions, corporate restructurings and demergers. Kevin is based in the firm’s Edinburgh office.

Graeme Allan, Managing Partner commented “Each of these partner promotions are thoroughly well deserved and are as a result of the significant contribution each of these individuals has made in their respective teams and across a number of the firm’s key growth initiatives. It is an exciting time at AAB as we continue to develop and grow our firm, whilst also expanding our operations into new locations. Appointments and promotions like these will ensure that as we continue to grow, we also continue to strengthen the delivery of the very best client service and are able to tailor our approach to client needs, wherever they are in the world.”

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