Saffery Champness has today announced the promotion of two directors to partner with effect from 1 April.
Margi Campbell is based in Inverness and provides advice and tax planning to a client base that includes wealthy entrepreneurs, high net worth individuals, professional partnerships, family businesses and landed estate clients.
Margi joined the firm in 2017 and is both CA and CTA qualified. She is regularly asked to speak at local and regional events on tax-related issues and has addressed audiences at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Society of Law Accountants of Scotland (SOLAS), the Scottish Rural College (SRUC) and the Scottish Government Farm Advisory Service (FAS).
Hannah Mazrae is based in Bournemouth and specialises in providing advice and support to a range of clients, including landed estates, agribusinesses and the commercial sector, working with directors, trustees and individuals on accounting, audit and taxation matters.
Hannah joined Saffery Champness in 2009 and has both accounting and tax qualifications, which enable her to offer a fully integrated approach when advising her clients.
In recent years, Hannah has presented on tax and accounting issues to local hospitality groups and land agents. She has also lectured students at the Royal Agricultural University and Harper Adams University, as part of a special coursework project.
Matthew Burton, Managing Partner, comments:
“Margi and Hannah’s promotions are very well deserved: they have proved themselves to be excellent all-round advisers – leveraging considerable expertise to support clients with both accounting and tax issues. They have also demonstrated themselves more than capable of providing the high levels of service our clients expect from us.”