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KPMG in Glasgow 

KPMG in Glasgow is the largest of our offices in Scotland with well over 300 staff, and is a leading provider of services to Scotland's corporate marketplace, including financial services and the public sectorServices offered include audit, risk consulting, tax, pensions advisorymanagement consulting and transactions & restructuring advice. We also serve the local requirements of our firms' many international clients with operations in Scotland.
KPMG in Glasgow

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.

 

If you are a business operating in Glasgow or anywhere across central and southern Scotland then we are here to help.

           

Craig Anderson   

Craig Anderson

 

Office Senior Partner

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   Phil Charles   

Phil Charles

 

Partner, Audit

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Gary Deans  

Gary Deans

 

Partner, Family Business
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  Tony Friar   

Tony Friar

 

Associate Partner, Restructuring
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Donald Fleming

 

Donald Fleming

 

 

Partner, Pensions

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Clare McColl

 

Clare McColl


Partner, Indirect Tax

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Glasgow Office Address and Map
191 West George Street
Glasgow
G2 2LJ

Tel: (0141) 226 5511
Fax: (0141) 204 1584


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Evolving Landscapes

 

Your guide to Devolved Taxation, the Scottish Rate of Income Tax and tax implications of the Independence Referendum

 

With the Scotland Act 2012 changes and the referendum on Scottish independence just around the corner we have published a paper on what the future might look like from a tax perspective, looking at the timeline for tax in Scotland over the next few years and the range of alternative tax landscapes post 18 September.

 

Business instinct survey

 

Almost 500 business leaders took part in KPMG’s Business Instinct survey this year, giving us their view of the recovery on the ground. The report provides incisive commentary on the challenges and opportunities that come with economic recovery, as experienced by real businesses right across the UK.

 

Events Programmes

Our events programme comprises of:

 

  • Finance Forums 
  • Tax Director Forums 
  • Pensions for Breakfast 
  • Mergers & Acquisitions Forums 
  • Cyber Security Seminars 
  • Non-Executive Director Forums 
  • Audit Committee Institute Updates 
  • Financial Services Finance Bill Seminars 
  • Compliance Forums

 

For more information please contact kpmgscotlandevents@kpmg.co.uk