Robson Macintosh is delighted to announce that they have
expanded the Board of Directors with Lisa Doig (née Davies) being appointed as
Lisa has been with the company for 6 years and is
currently one of our leading advisers.
Robson Macintosh Director, Andrew Hannay said of the
“Lisa has been an
exceptional member of our team throughout her career but now takes an even more
significant role in looking after our clients and leading our activities in the
future. I am thrilled at this
Lisa said of the appointment:
“I’m delighted to be joining the board of RobMac. We’ve seen quite an upheaval recently in financial services and in particular the number of women taking control of their own financial position. Our client base at RobMac is nearly 50% women already so my appointment should help continue with that trend. I’m also looking forward to influencing the strategic direction of the business over the next few years.”
The expansion of the board is another indication of our
commitment to our clients in helping them plan their financial affairs.
Andrew Hannay added:
“Robson Macintosh has developed a strong reputation as
leading financial managers particularly in Scotland and the Greater London area
and Lisa’s appointment will be key to our future success. It is a very exciting time and the need for
good financial guidance has never been stronger.”
Robson Macintosh & Company Ltd.
15 Manor Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 7DH
Tel: 0131 226 6700 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registered in Scotland No. - SC232903.
Registered office: 15 Manor Place, Edinburgh, EH3 7DH
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