Mallaig-born accountant is named best in the country

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Beth MacLeod, originally from Mallaig, is the Scottish Accountant of the Year, winning the accolade at the recent Scottish Accountancy Financial Technology Awards 2019 in Glasgow.

Beth grew up in Mallaig and began her accounting career keeping the
books at a local boatyard. She studied accountancy and finance at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, and after graduating she stayed in the city and went straight into industry.

After nine years and four promotions at CBRE Group, Beth became a manager at the multinational commercial real estate services firm. She was looking for a new challenge when an exciting new role at PG Paper came up which offered all round exposure to all parts of one of the UK’s largest paper companies.

Beth said she was ‘thrilled’ to be recognised nationally at thee awards.

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