Wylie & Bisset appoints partner to burgeoning business advisory department
Chartered Accountants Wylie & Bisset has appointed Mark Mulholland as a partner to its burgeoning business advisory department.
Formerly a partner at Alexander Sloan, Mr Mulholland is a trusted business adviser with over 30 years’ experience who specialises in working with commercial organisations, in particular the farming sector.
An independent examiner for a number of charities, he also acts as responsible individual for around 25 charities, including national charities, grant giving charities and those providing essential public services.
Mr Mulholland has experience in the registered social landlord sector, acting for a number of housing associations and also acts for a number of childcare organisations, both commercial and not for profit sectors.
He works closely with a professional fundraiser to leverage in funding for charity clients and charities where he is a trustee. He is treasurer of Geezeabreak, a children’s respite care charity in the east end of Glasgow, and until recently was treasurer of The Western Baths Club in Glasgow, a position he held for a decade.
Commenting on his appointment, Mr Mulholland said: “I’m delighted to join Wylie & Bisset and look forward to helping its clients’ businesses with a forward-thinking point of view.”
Donald McKinnon, managing partner at Wylie & Bisset, added: “Mark joins us with a wealth of experience and will work alongside Catherine Livingstone and Andrew Cowling to grow and develop our current Business Advisory services. His appointment clearly demonstrates our commitment to further expand our practice.”
Mr Mulholland assumes his position on 4 October 21.