City firm growing places Company plans to create jobs and expand in Edinburgh
Accounting and business advice firm Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB), has announced expansion into Edinburgh.
Aberdeen-based AAB said yesterday its plans for the capital would create 100 jobs within three years. A quarter of these new roles are already filled, it added.
The new office in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, in the heart of the city’s “digital corridor”, is part of a growth strategy to double revenue across the group to £40 million.
AAB has been building its presence in Edinburgh over the past six months.
Strong business growth, “very significant” client wins and recent senior level recruitment prompted the decision to put down more permanent roots in the capital, the firm said.
Managing partner Graeme Allan added: “We have always worked with clients in the central belt and have been considering our market entry strategy for the last 12 months as part of our growth plan.
“The decision to move into Edinburgh is incredibly exciting as we look to create 100 new jobs and deliver 20% of our group revenue from
“The decision to move into Edinburgh is incredibly exciting”
Edinburgh within three years. These are ambitious targets but ones which we feel we can deliver on.
“In addition to our growth plans for Edinburgh, the market in Aberdeen is continuing to provide us with new opportunities and areas to expand.”
GROWING PLACES: Managing partner Graeme Allan, second left, with new recruits in Edinburgh, from left, Ricky Cowan, Lyn Calder and Fraser Porter