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MHA Henderson Loggie invests in tax team


Dundee-based accountancy firm MHA Henderson Loggie has appointed a new tax director.

Dawn MacDougall joins from EY, where latterly she was head of tax in the Inverness office, focused on supporting owner managed businesses and entrepreneurs throughout the UK.

She has more than 30 years of tax experience, qualifying with EY in 1991 before joining investment house Martin Currie, and then Scottish Water in managerial roles. She re-joined EY in 2008 after an eight-year stint at accountancy firm Johnston Carmichael.

Based in Edinburgh and Inverness, MacDougall will work across all of MHA Henderson Loggie’s offices in Scotland..

“I’m pleased to make the move at such an interesting time,” she commented. “As owner-managed businesses recover from the pandemic, they are seeking to make changes to their business structure and current working practices.

“Building on our reputation as a centre of excellence for the provision of services for owner managed businesses, there is significant scope for the tax team to work with businesses across Scotland and to help them achieve their goals.”

Kimberley Thomson, partner and head of tax at the firm, added: “Dawn’s appointment signals a new period of growth in tax services at MHA Henderson Loggie, and she brings with her a wealth of professional experience and strong commercial acumen.

“The pandemic has created many challenges and opportunities for all types of business and her market focus and insight will be invaluable as we work with our colleagues across all disciplines to provide the services and advice needed by clients who are steering their way through these difficult times.”

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