Andy Niblock

Andy provides audit and accountancy services to clients in both the commercial and charitable sectors. He trained and worked for a Big 4 firm, and also worked in industry for a period before returning to the profession.

Andy has very much a hands-on approach due to his time spent in industry, and understands the practical issues of running a finance function and the issues they are faced with.

Andy also specialises in outsourcing of finance functions, providing this service to companies without their own in house finance team. The service Andy provides means he’s often involved with companies on a day to day basis, providing advice and ensuring their time is freed up rather than worrying about the financial administration side of their business.

Angela Whyte

Angela provides audit services to commercial clients, ranging from small to large corporates, across an assortment of sectors including publishing, retail and construction.

She also manages a portfolio of Further Education Colleges across Scotland, providing external audit services, as well as managing a range of accounting and management accounts assignments.

Angela trained and qualified with Henderson Loggie.

Fiona Morgan

Fiona works with a variety of owner managed businesses and charities, both large and small, advising them on accounting, taxation and business improvement. Fiona is also responsible for the provision of the audit service within Aberdeen office.

Fiona’s clients operate in numerous sectors including food & drink, tourism, manufacturing, oil & gas service, professional services, retail, property development and recruitment. Working with them from inception through all the crucial phases in the development of a business, she has a personal approach which ensures that she can provide advice and re-assurance when it’s most needed.

Using her experience with Mindshop International, Fiona helps clients develop their businesses through business improvement services, specifically strategic planning, sustainable competitive advantage, family business issues, leadership development, personal development, and lean management..

George Hay

George is an experienced auditor and business adviser having worked in a wide variety of sectors and roles throughout his career. George’s focus is on the Agriculture & Rural Business and Charities sectors while continuing to act in a business advisory capacity for his long-standing commercial clients.

George likes nothing more than working tirelessly with his clients to assist them meeting their objectives and co-ordinating the firm’s specialist services to achieve this whether that be in the area of organic growth, acquisitions, disposals or effective tax planning.

George is also an accredited mediator.

Ian Cameron

Ian has over 20 years’ experience as a Partner in Henderson Loggie dealing with a varied portfolio of clients, both large and small, helping them with all their financial requirements. He provides general business advice and accounts preparation, as well as both personal and corporate tax.

Ian acted as local secretary for ACCA and was also as part of the Scottish Executive Committee for ACCA where he acted as the National Technical Liaison Officer.

Ian is Head of the firm’s Motor Retail Sector Group.

Jamie Davidson

Jamie is an experienced auditor with strong technical skills who provides audit and accounting services to our clients across a wide range of sectors. He trained with a Big 4 firm and after qualifying in 1987 he gained twenty years of experience before joining Henderson Loggie in 2007.

Jamie has wide commercial experience having worked with clients in many sectors and of all sizes from owner managed businesses to large groups. As well as core audit, Jamie has been involved in large projects for clients involving acquisitions and systems implementation. He brings all of that experience to bear on his client relationships where he seeks to add value in a proactive manner.

Jamie specialises in the audit of charities and works with many high profile Scottish charities. He is head of our charities sector group and sits on the ICAS Charities Committee.

Steve Cartwright

With extensive experience of working with owner managed businesses, Steve’s main priority is working with clients to assist them in achieving their full potential in terms of growth and profitability, and maximising the value of their business. This includes strategic and business planning and business improvement, as well as risk and lean management, helping clients reduce costs and inefficiencies.

Steve leads the firm’s Creative & Interactive Media Sector Group. Steve has been working with independent video games developers in Scotland since the late 1980s and is supported by a team with significant knowledge of the sector.

Steve also leads Henderson Loggie’s Business Leaders Group. A group for Chief Executives and Managing Directors of owner managed businesses in Scotland. The group meets on a quarterly basis, giving members access to a wealth of business and continuous improvement tools and processes and networking opportunities both locally and globally, via our partnership with Mindshop International (a strategic leadership training organisation which operates globally).

As well as being a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, Steve is currently the Vice Chairman of the Tayside branch of the Institute of Directors and is a one of the longest serving UK members of Mindshop International.

Stuart Inglis

Stuart has considerable experience in managing assurance audit work across the Firm’s portfolio of public sector clients including further and higher education, local government, housing association, research organisations and Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPBs). He has played a lead role in developing the Firm’s risk-based approach to internal audit to ensure full compliance with the Public Sector Internal Audit Standards.

In particular, Stuart has been involved in both internal and external audit assignments within the further education sector since the incorporation of colleges in 1993 and currently manages the Firm’s audit and other services to a significant number of colleges throughout Scotland.

Stuart has a detailed understanding of the corporate governance, performance management and financial issues relevant to the sectors in which he works. He uses his knowledge and experience to identify appropriate best practice benchmarks, an approach that is well received by clients who recognise the ‘added value’ that he provides.

Suzanne Kerr

Suzanne is involved with a wide variety of client work such as accounts preparation, VAT returns and management accounts services for all business types such as sole traders, partnerships and limited companies including personal tax and corporate tax guidance. As well as being involved in commercial organisations, Suzanne has a large client base of charities and non-profit making organisations where she provides independent examinations. Suzanne also has a number of charity audit clients including non-incorporated charities and charitable companies.

She has experience of clients ranging from retailers, sole traders, off-shore workers, friendly societies, property managers, chartered surveyors, cancer supporting charities and many more.

Suzanne is extremely supportive to client needs and is ready to listen, discuss, advise and support clients to meet their requirements at any time. Suzanne joined Henderson Loggie in 1996, she trained and qualified with the firm.

Gavin Black

Gavin is an experienced auditor with strong technical skills. He also brings significant commercial experience, having worked with a wide range of international and UK groups and owner managed businesses.

Gavin spent over ten years working in Edinburgh, where he trained and qualified. Gavin’s specialisms include manufacturing and distribution, infrastructure, professional practices, retail businesses and student associations.

Originally from Forfar, Gavin is a graduate of Dundee University.