KPMG's Glasgow office has long had a client base reflective of the city's truly global reach, dating back to its origins as a power house for engineering and international trade. The office's own origins can be traced back to the founding of Thomson McLintock in 1877 and the opening of an office by Peat Marwick Mitchell in 1904. On the formation of KPMG in 1987 the firm was based in Blythswood Square before moving to 191 West George Street in 2004.
Office senior partner Craig Anderson has headed up the Glasgow office since 1998. Craig is regional chairman for KPMG in Scotland and has been with the UK firm since 1979.
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