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Our team


We place great importance on building the highest performing client teams, with the right mix of skills and experience to deliver. Through our network of offices in over 150 countries, we were able to bring our global experience and knowledge to benefit the Games.

Our team working on Glasgow 2014 included:

Douglas Nisbet, Client Service Partner, Glasgow 2014 Account

As Client Service Partner, Douglas heads the team of more than 20 people working with Glasgow 2014. He is Managing Partner of our Glasgow office, a Council Member for CBI Scotland and a past president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.

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Kristine Dickson, Director, Advisory Services

As Engagement Director, Kristine coordinates all our project work with the Organising Committee, working across our service lines to ensure we deliver exceptional client service. She also led our delivery of Risk and Internal Audit services to Glasgow 2014, drawing on 18 years' experience across a range of sectors from local government to global PLCs.

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Paul Gallagher, Lead Tax Partner and Head of Corporate Tax, Central Belt

As the Lead Tax Partner advising Glasgow 2014 and leader of our public sector team in Scotland, Paul has significant experience advising a range of public sector bodies, including Scottish Water, Scottish Enterprise, Glasgow Housing Association and Transport Scotland.

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Alan Campbell, Senior Manager, Transaction Tax

As Tax Account Manager on our Glasgow 2014 team, Alan delivered corporate tax advice on a wide range of matters affecting the Games. He has over 12 years’ experience advising organisations on tax implications, structuring and due diligence, including many large infrastructure projects.

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Michael McVeigh, Assistant Director, Transaction Advisory Services (TAS)

As an Assistant Director in TAS, Michael is often the interface between the public and private sector, helping organisations in Glasgow and throughout Scotland structure innovative commercial arrangements. He is responsible for co-ordinating support from TAS for Glasgow 2014’s requirements – everything from commercial and corporate structuring through to planning for eventual dissolution after the Games finished.

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