Accountants Campbell Dallas and Scott-Moncrieff to see names disappear with rebrand

Scottish accountancy stalwarts Campbell Dallas and Scott-Moncrieff are to see their names disappear as they rebrand as Azets.

Chris Horne describes the move as a 'seismic step forward'. Picture: Ashley Coombes/Epic Scotland.
Chris Horne describes the move as a 'seismic step forward'. Picture: Ashley Coombes/Epic Scotland.

The latter is the largest brand in CogitalGroup, the global accounting, advisory and business services organisation. It said that after the rebrand, which includes other UK accountancy firms including Wilkins Kennedy and Baldwins, it will provide advisory services to more than 100,000 UK enterprises, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), larger firms and private clients.

“The rebrand creates a major presence in the UK accounting and business services market,” Azets added. It comes after the news in April last year that Scott-Moncrieff was joining Campbell Dallas to become part of CogitalGroup. Campbell Dallas joined Baldwins and the CogitalGroup in October 2017. As part of the Azets brand, Campbell Dallas and Scott-Moncrieff will keep providing business advisory services to clients from offices across Scotland.

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Chris Horne, regional chief executive in Scotland and north England, said: “The rebranding of Campbell Dallas and Scott-Moncrieff to Azets marks a seismic step forward in our plan to be a disruptive and ambitious business; focused on advising our clients in the local community of SMEs, growing family businesses, entrepreneurs and the public sector.”

He added: “The global scale and reach of resources of Azets will allow us to accelerate investment in the best technology, develop new client services and recruit the best talent, which have been core to the way we do business in Scotland.”

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