French Duncan bags Macfarlane Gray in £10m merger

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Scottish accountancy firms French Duncan and Macfarlane Gray have merged, creating one of the largest mid-tier practices in Scotland. 

The firms now have a combined fee income of £10m and a network of eight offices across Scotland's Central Belt, employing 200 people.

Macfarlane Gray will keep its name under the merger, which French Duncan chairman Robert Kerr heralded as beneficial for both parties. 

“In looking to expand our business in the Central Belt, we recognised Macfarlane Gray as a high-quality business with a similar ethos to ourselves; an ethos focused on delivering the best service to our clients and having some fun doing that," he said. 

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