Accountancy firm Hecht Ferguson was based near Glasgow.
Last November the practice was joined by ex-Fraser & Co partner David Fraser and 17 of his staff, followed by former Moores Rowland partner David Ogilvie and a member of his team in August of this year.
The expansion has seen the size of the practice grow within a year by 30 per cent to 130 staff and 11 partners based out of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Coatbridge.
The number of partners have been further reinforced by the appointment of Raj Bedi, aged 32, as a Tax Partner based in the Glasgow office. Raj, who joined Pannell Kerr Forster in 1996, specialises in sport, entertainment and leisure and IT.
Bryan Jackson, Managing Partner of Pannell Kerr Foster's practice in Scotland said:"This is a very exciting time for Pannell Kerr Forster. The UK firm is strongly committed to organic growth by taking on teams of established practitioners and their staff and in Scotland we have been at the forefront of this strategy.
The arrival of George Hecht and his team is really good news for his existing clients who will be able to benefit from the resources and specialist services of a national firm and it is great news for Pannell Kerr Forster clients who have instant access to an increasing number of experienced professionals".
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