Strengthening leadership team
Johnston Carmichael announces director promotions
Johnston Carmichael, has strengthened its leadership team in the central belt with two director promotions.
James Hamilton has become a director in the audit team while Andrew Holloway is appointed a director in the firm’s tax team, specialising in entrepreneurial taxes.
Since joining as a senior manager in June 2017, Mr Holloway has worked with businesses ranging from young start-ups seeking their first seed funding to large privately-owned companies.
He is currently head of entrepreneurial taxes, and has doubled the size of his specialist team which now spans three of the firm’s largest offices in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow. While based between Glasgow and Edinburgh, Mr Holloway travels around the firm’s 11 offices.
Mr Hamilton worked at EY for eight and a half years before joining Johnston Carmichael as a senior audit manager in May of this year. He is based in the firm’s Glasgow office.
Sandy Manson, chief executive of Johnston Carmichael, said: “At a time when the accountancy profession is being transformed by technology and our clients are being challenged more than ever as they take steps to grow their businesses, talented people remain our greatest asset and resource.
“We see our role as being trusted advisers who can help our clients take advantage of opportunities and successfully meet challenges as they arise.
“Andrew and James have each shown outstanding ability, dedication and drive in the way that they support both their clients and colleagues, and thoroughly deserve their new roles as directors.”