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Award Winning Accountants to Open Edinburgh Office

Posted: 22nd March 2017

dublin-frontFaith Simpson Chartered Certified Accountants is opening a new office at 26 Dublin Street, Edinburgh in the heart of the city’s bustling New Town with the invitation only launch party taking place on Thursday 30th March.

The evening celebrations will be attended by, among others, Scotland rugby international Hamish Watson and Gregor Lawson, co-founder of Morphsuits.

The company, which has been in operation for over 10 years, originally started in a spare room in a house in Elgin before expanding to Huntly through an acquisition in 2014. Since then it has grown rapidly with clients stretching across the whole of the UK.

Commenting on the new office, company founder, Faith Simpson said:

“This is a very exciting time for the company. We have seen demand for our services increase in Edinburgh over the past year so it makes sense for us to open a dedicated office in the capital to better service our local clients.

“On a personal level, I’m delighted to be moving back home! I moved away from Edinburgh in 1990 so it’s great to be come back to my home turf.

“Edinburgh is one of the fastest growing and most productive cities in the UK and we are so excited to begin the next chapter in the company’s history.

“We look forward to developing our office into a thriving business and to making a positive impact in the local community, something about which I’m passionate.”

The new office is based at The Kingsford Business Club at 26 Dublin Street and Faith can be contacted on 0131 557 7740 or

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