Johnston Carmichael makes key appointments

Sheena Ross of Johnston Carmichael has been promoted to become a director of the firm.

Sheena Ross of Johnston Carmichael has been promoted to become a director of the firm.

Scottish Chartered Accountancy and business advisory firm Johnston Carmichael has announced five key appointments to strengthened its senior management team.

Among the appointments is Sheena Ross of Fraserburgh who has been promoted to director in recognition of her significant contribution to the business.

Glasgow-based Donald McNaught, who joined Johnston Carmichael in 2011 as director of insolvency, has been promoted to partner.

Douglas Baxter also joins the firm as director of general practice and member of its specialist agriculture team.

Sandy Manson, chief executive of Johnston Carmichael, said: “We foster a culture of progression and recognition and these promotions are very well deserved.

“Donald, Rosalind, Sheena and Lynne have demonstrated significant commitment within various areas of our practice, especially in helping our clients successfully deal with the challenges and opportunities for their businesses.”

Sheena Ross has been with Johnston Carmichael for 15 years, after qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 1997 and then working in the industry. Working latterly as a senior manager at the Fraserburgh office, she specialises in agriculture, renewables and owner managed businesses.

Johnston Carmichael has 54 partners, 59 directors and more than 600 staff across its 11 strategic locations and is the largest independent firm of Chartered Accountants and business advisors in Scotland.




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