New partners at MHA Henderson Loggie and EY
David Taylor, Shona Campbell and David Archibald
MHA Henderson Loggie has appointed three partners to its business recovery and insolvency, internal audit, external audit and accounts and business solutions teams.
Shona Campbell, David Archibald and David Taylor, previously directors with the accountancy and business advisory firm, took up their new partnership roles on 1 October.
Since joining MHA Henderson Loggie two years ago from KPMG, Ms Campbell has doubled the size of the business recovery and insolvency team.
Mr Archibald re-joined the firm in 2016 to develop the firm’s internal audit portfolio after five years in internal audit and programme management roles in the NHS.
Mr Taylor joined in 2004 and leads the firm’s Healthcare Sector group and co-leads the grants team across its four offices as well as advising charities, professional practices and owner-managed businesses.
EY has announced three internal partner promotions and a 10% increase in student recruitment.
The addition of Julie Cavin and Nicola McIntyre, both in the audit service line and Iain Wintour in tax, brings the partner total in Scotland to 33 with 13 (39%) being female.
Ms Cavin joined EY three years ago after ten years in London with another Big Four firm and is based in EY’s Edinburgh Office.
Ms McIntyre who is Glasgow-based, works with some of Scotland’s largest businesses.
Edinburgh-based Mr Wintour joins a tax team which has grown its headcount by 50% in the last three years.