Insolvency practitioners Dunedin Advisory have strengthened their management team with two new appointments. Linda Grant joins the firm as Business Development Director and Angela Paterson joins as Associate Director. The appointments bring the management team to four including founder Christine Convy and Jill Glen, Associate Director. Angela Paterson and Christine Convy are based in the Dundee and Glenrothes offices, Jill Glen in the Glasgow office and Linda Grant will travel between all three offices. Linda Grant has over 20 years’ experience in business and financial services joining the business from Vitality where she worked throughout Dundee, Fife, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Angela Paterson, a qualified insolvency practitioner, has more than 17 years’ experience in personal and corporate insolvency having worked for Henderson Loggie in Dundee and has had a wide portfolio of clients in many sectors from construction to the care sector. Christine Convy said: “I’m delighted to welcome Linda and Angela to the company and to the management team. We have ambitious growth plans for the company and their experience and connections will be valuable in supporting our existing clients and forming new relationships, too. Since establishing our Dundee office in May 2019 the business has continued to grow with a 20% increase in overall performance. We repeatedly receive commendations for our high quality, effective service delivery. I am very proud of all of our team across all three of our offices and the strong reputation we have built up and excited as we enter the next stage of our development plan.” Dunedin Advisory works with individuals and business owners looking for solutions to financial pressures or an exit from their business. Clients are advised on personal and business debt solutions, restructuring and insolvency, often working alongside their legal, banking, accountancy and financial advisers. The company has a Scotland-wide reach as one of only two companies appointed by the Scottish Government to deliver insolvency services on behalf of the Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB). It is also a member of a number of select panels as specialist advisers in their field. In addition to the recent management recruitment it is in the midst of a recruitment campaign to add an additional two team members to its administration support team and a marketing assistant to support its business development. This will bring the company’s headcount to 23, being one of Scotland’s largest dedicated insolvency and restructuring teams.