AAB announces director appointment to Glasgow office

Managing Partner, Angus McCuaig, and the newly appointed director, Natalie Boyle. Pic: Peter Devlin

Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), the tech-enabled business critical services group, has announced the promotion of Natalie Boyle to Audit Director within its Glasgow office.

This most recent appointment to the group’s leadership team follows the announcement of AAB and Hardie Caldwell’s merger earlier this month. The two businesses stated that the merger would accelerate AAB’s plans of becoming a leading Scottish regional player across the country’s three biggest cities, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen and that they were “hugely excited” by the opportunities this would present for both staff and clients.

Natalie who is a graduate of Glasgow Caledonian University has 10 years’ experience in the industry and joined Hardie Caldwell three years ago.  Most recently she held the position of Audit Manager at the firm. She has extensive experience in leading audits and has a strong track record of delivering assignments for clients across multiple sectors with a particular focus on professional practices, renewables and not-for-profit. She is a qualified ICAEW member and was also recently approved by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) to become a Responsible Individual (RI) for audit purposes.

Angus McCuaig, Managing Partner – Glasgow commented “Natalie has made a significant contribution to the business since she joined us three years ago and we are delighted to announce her promotion which is richly deserved. I am confident that her drive and vision for client service will continue to not only positively impact our clients but will also contribute towards our Central Belt audit team playing their part in the ambitious growth plans across the AAB group.”

James Pirrie, Head of Audit added “Natalie’s promotion comes at an exciting time for our business and for our audit team. Whilst the audit landscape has undergone many changes recently, we have enjoyed significant growth and a noticeable increase in the volume of larger company audits. Changes to regulations will continue to present new challenges for businesses and we will continue to invest in our team to ensure that we are best placed to deliver for our clients.”

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