Lauren McIlroy heads up AAB’s virtual finance function, a bespoke financial offering that ranges from providing support to internal finance teams, to delivering the entire finance function.
Katy Christiansen leads AAB’s UK and global payroll offering, while Lynn Gracie is head of international private client tax.
Chief executive Graeme Allan said: “Each of these promotions is richly deserved, recognising not only the skill and expertise of each individual, but also the contributions they have made to their respective teams and the wider firm.
“Lynn, Katy and Lauren all continue to bring new ideas and initiatives to the business - a key factor in evolving their respective service areas in response to our clients’ requirements.
“Going forward, our strong and diverse leadership team will strengthen our ability to deliver only the very best client service across a changing market, both in the UK and globally.”
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