Graham joined Morton Fraser this month from Aberdein Considine where he was a partner and head of private client. With over twenty years of experience, he is an expert in trust and estate planning. Prior to his time at Aberdein Considine, his impressive career included working at Murray Beith Murray as a partner and head of the private client team. He also worked at Turcan Connell and the former Dundas & Wilson.
Graham's recruitment brings the number of partners in the private client division to ten, creating one of the strongest teams in Scotland for all aspects of private client expertise including wills, powers of attorney, finances, tax planning and succession, pensions, buying and selling property, later life care, trusts and family law.
His appointment follows from the arrival of Norman Dalgleish and Keith Barron who recently joined Morton Fraser as wealth and pension planners, and demonstrates the firm's confidence in the private client division's current and future growth.
Sue Hunter, partner and head of Morton Fraser's private client team said:
"Graham’s appointment is part of our continued private client growth strategy and we’re confident that he'll complement and add strength to our well-established team to support all our clients’ needs."
"We're delighted that Graham has joined us. He has the same ethos as Morton Fraser for delivering the best advice in the clearest way.”