The Shetland company’s customer base consists of private customers, families, landowners and SMEs, with training areas concentrated on residential real estate, private client, commercial real estate, crofting and other job associated with commercial enterprise customers. Anderson Strathern has an Present customer base in Shetland and throughout the north of Scotland.
Murray McCall, Anderson Strathern’s managing partner, said:”Neil has created and developed a highly-rated team working from Lerwick and our joint offering means we are going to have the ability to offer you a wider variety of valid, asset management and HR solutions in Shetland as well as the local area.
“From home and industrial property to fishing, oil and gas, agriculture, crofting, tourism, leisure, food and beverage, satellite and space, local authorities and a range of small companies, there are all those successful sectors around Shetland that match our own advantages.”
A northern Scottish existence supports our strategic goal to function as individual Scottish law firm of selection. Strengthening connections in the north of Scotland, and also the island communities particularly, will be a lot simpler with a workplace and local presence in the area.”
Mr Risk stated:”We have worked well with Anderson Strathern within the previous few years, including through referrals, and as soon as the chance to combine the company came up we had been convinced from the strategic justification for a merger. Anderson Strathern’s various clinics strengthen our offering to customers in Shetland and throughout the area, and we’re also now actively seeking to recruit Lerwick within the following year.”
He added:”I began the company with a single secretary 26 decades back, a secretary who’s still with the company and is presently a senior associate of the group. Two years on, the group has risen to 8, a lot of whom have been with the company for a sizable period of time. That means we’ve been able to provide our customers a high excellent service down time, and we are proud to have numerous longstanding and loyal customers. Shetland, in common with other communities around Scotland, has demonstrated strength during the pandemic and the anticipation is that we could now look ahead to a brighter future for the local market.”
The merger will occur on 1 April.