Scottish law firm Anderson Strathern has appointed Sarah McKinlay from Addleshaw Goddard.
Based in Edinburgh, Ms McKinlay joins as a consultant to the private client team and has more than 20 years of experience in providing private client services, with a particular focus on high net worth clients and executrices. She also specialises in succession planning, asset protection and capital tax mitigation for business owners and their families.
Prior to her new role, Ms McKinlay was partner and head of the private client team at Addleshaw Goddard for almost four years, where she advised individuals and trusts on all aspects of their succession, tax and financial arrangements.
Ms McKinlay’s appointment follows several other hires into the firm’s private client team, including David Campbell from Balfour & Manson and Anne Henderson from DWF (formerly Biggart Baillie), and coincides with the recent announcement of dual-qualified partner Carole Tomlinson as the first woman to head Anderson Strathern’s private client team.
Anderson Strathern has 51 partners and over 240 employees across Edinburgh, Glasgow and East Lothian.
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