Aberdein Considine has appointed new partner Michael Currie to its Glasgow office. Mr currie was previously head of corporate at Dallas McMillan.
He is dual qualified in Scotland and England and Wales and has worked in both jurisdictions including for international law firms. He specialises in general corporate advisory and transactional legal work in a broad range of sectors, including healthcare, financial services, property and renewables.
Mr Currie’s recent deals include acting for the selling shareholders of two different financial services companies in Glasgow and Edinburgh to the English consolidator Succession Group, the purchase by a French investment fund of a Scottish based renewables company and an EIS fundraising by a Scottish sports software start-up.
Jacqueline Law, managing partner of Aberdein Considine, said: “We are delighted to welcome Michael as a partner in our corporate team, his transactional experience and expertise in England and Scotland make him a perfect fit for us.
“This and our other recent senior appointments mean we are well placed to continue to support our clients in Glasgow and across our wider office network.”
Mr Currie added: “I’m extremely pleased to have joined such a forward-thinking and dynamic national firm with the resources and expertise to advice businesses and their owners in a wide range of services and specialisms.”
Aberdein Considine has also appointed a new business development director, Graeme Ross. He was part of the RBS commercial banking team in Scotland for 14 years before joining accountancy firm Anderson, Anderson and Brown LLP.