Henderson Loggie rings changes as respected figure Jandy Stevenson becomes CA firm’s new chairman
Henderson Loggie one of Scotland’s leading independent chartered accountancy firms has recently rung the changes at board level with Jandy Stevenson taking over as Chairman and David Smith being appointed Managing Partner. They assume the roles of George Hay and Bob Steel who continue their client work as partner and consultant respectively.
The widely-respected Jandy Stevenson who left a Big Four firm in 2002 to help create Henderson Loggie’s presence in Edinburgh has many owner managed businesses among her clients. She specialises in charities, bringing a wealth of experience to the sector as both auditor and experienced trustee herself.
New managing partner David Smith (41) joined the firm nearly 20 years ago and remains a partner in Corporate Finance. He is an accredited Mindshop facilitator and provides strategic planning and business improvement advice.He has also played a major role in Henderson Loggie’s developing services to professional practices in the legal and health care sectors. The changes mean that Stevenson will now lead a four-person board which also comprises Glasgow-based partner Susan Wood and Ian Cameron.
The firm has also signalled its continuing growth with the appointment of current Tax Director Angela Haig as partner. Haig who is based in Dundee will lead the personal tax, trusts and inheritance tax practices and will continue to develop these areas of expertise across Scotland.
With the appointment of 6 new partners in the last year Henderson Loggie’s number of partners now stands at 23. The firm which employs over 200 people is one of Scotland’s leading independent accountancy practices with offices in four major cities – Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.