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We are delighted to welcome a number of new faces to the Greaves West & Ayre team.

Xin Zhang joins the Practice as an Accountant, Jacqueline Bates becomes the latest member of our busy Bookkeeping and VAT team and Tim Porteous joins us in our Accounting team. We also welcome Kenneth Morton to our IT services department. Lesley Clark joins as our new HR Assistant and Lynne Fraser as our new Marketing Coordinator.

A more familiar face of our team, Andrew Dixon, who became an Associate of GWA earlier this year, is celebrating 10 years with us.

Exam success goes to Danielle Campbell in our Corporate Services team on becoming a Chartered Accountant after qualifying in August 2018. Sarah Strathdee and Anna Sprowart have become part-qualified as a Chartered Accountants. Ryan Thomas and Stuart Gilchrist are now full members of AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians). Congratulations also go to Joe O’Brien from our Wealth Management team, who has reached Chartered status as a Financial adviser.

Outside of our offices the wider GWA family has grown.  We send all our best to Emma Stewart and partner Mark on the birth of their daughter, Olivia. Congratulations also to Danielle Leonard who married Edward Campbell in August, Kathleen Stawarz who married Henry Idemudia in October and Stephanie Angus who married Andrew Hogg in November.

February 2019

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