Johnston Carmichael Wealth expands with Dundee hires



Johnston Carmichael Wealth, a part of accountancy and enterprise advisory agency Johnston Michael, has expanded to Dundee following two senior appointments primarily based the town.

Lauren Whitters and Duncan Fernie, who collectively have a mixed 25 years’ expertise in monetary companies, be a part of the workforce as Monetary Planners as Johnston Carmichael Wealth plans additional development.

The wealth workforce now has six members of workers in Dundee, with worker numbers within the wider Johnston Carmichael regional hub within the metropolis up from three when it opened in 2019 to 40.

Different current additions to the workforce previously 12 months embody the appointment of Chartered Monetary Planner Martin Hendry to its Glasgow workplace, rising its presence within the Central Belt.

Johnston Carmichael Wealth employs a complete of over 60 workers, forming Monetary Planning, enterprise and shopper assist groups throughout the UK as a part of Johnston Carmichael, Chartered Accountancy and Enterprise Advisory agency.  

The wealth workforce specialises in Monetary Planning and recommendation on private and enterprise affairs reminiscent of funding and retirement planning, property planning, and private and enterprise safety.

The Johnston Carmichael enterprise employs a complete of 900 throughout Scotland, the north of England and London. It’s an unbiased member of Moore World Community Restricted, a worldwide accounting and advisory community of over 30,000 advisers throughout greater than 260 unbiased corporations and 110 international locations.

Craig Hendry, managing director of Johnston Carmichael Wealth, stated: “We’re persevering with to spend money on our providing at Johnston Carmichael Wealth, so it’s nice to be increasing into Dundee for the primary time. Lauren and Duncan will strengthen our wider workforce. Each have spectacular backgrounds, know their native markets and are rather well related, which is able to assist us pursue development throughout Dundee and the broader space in Perth and Fife.”


 

 



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