Jillian Munro M.A., C.A.
On qualifying from Aberdeen University, Jillian keen to return to the Highlands commenced her Chartered Accountancy training with Frame Kennedy and went on to qualify with them in 1991.
Over time Jillian has built up a wide client base across the Highlands which she combined with her numerous family business commitments giving her the ability to see things from more than an accountancy perspective. She particularly likes working with her many farming, tourism and retail clients ranging from small sole trader businesses to large incorporated clients.
Jillian has a keen interest in ensuring clients are well advised to utilise all the resources available to them through efficient book-keeping/computer systems to provide the most reliable and efficient information to management and third parties at a reasonable cost.
ANGUS MCMASTER LL.B., C.A.
Angus qualified with ICAS in 1984 and specialised in tax with Ernst & Young.
He joined Frame Kennedy in 1991 as tax manager, becoming a Director in 1992. Angus, together with the tax team, provides expert advice on Income Tax, Corporate Tax, Capital Gains and Inheritance Tax and VAT.
COLIN GRAY B.Com, C.A.
After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 1989, Colin spent 2 years in Kenya before returning to the Highlands. He has been with Frame Kennedy since 1995 and provides audit, accounting and advisory services to a wide variety of industry sectors.
As the firm’s Audit Compliance Partner, Colin is responsible for overseeing all our audit work. In particular, Colin has significant experience in audit and independent examination of charities.
Stuart McMartin B.Sc. FCA
Originally from Inverness, Stuart qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1996. Stuart joined us in 2012 having previously held the role of audit manager in a top 40 accountancy firm based in the Midlands. There he managed a varied portfolio of owner managed businesses and led a team specialising in the audit of solicitors, estate agents, financial services firms and charities.
Having worked for more than 20 years alongside privately owned businesses helping support their growth and development Stuart has expertise in many areas of business advice and planning including cash retention and tax mitigation.
He aims to work closely with clients to understand the difficult issues they face and then implement practical and pragmatic solutions to help them grow, protect and realise value.
VICKI MILLER BA CA
After leaving Strathclyde University, Vicki undertook a Management Training scheme with Moat House Hotels before working at Bank of Scotland and then briefly with HMRC as a VAT advisor. Returning to Inverness, Vicki has worked with Frame Kennedy since 2005 and qualified as a CA in 2009.
Vicki looks after a portfolio of clients including sole trader, partnership and limited companies. Specialising in offering our clients a complete accounting experience from book-keeping and VAT through to final accounts and taxation. Vicki is keen to break down any misconceptions of the traditional accounting practice bringing clients a friendly and clearly understandable service.
KELLY MCDONELL ACCA
Kelly trained with Frame Kennedy and qualified in 2014. She has significant experience in preparing statutory accounts for all business types such as sole traders, partnerships, charities and limited companies.
Kelly looks after a wide range of clients and specialises in providing training for clients in various accountancy packages. Currently Kelly is a Proadvisor for Quickbooks Desktop and Quickbooks Online and is experienced with Xero, Sage and Sage One.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) update
As a valued member of our community, we appreciate the trust you place in us to make sure all your critical services continue.
We are committed to an evidence-led and common-sense approach to containing the coronavirus outbreak and mitigating its impact on employees, customers and our wider business operations.
Please be assured we are preparing for our services to continue as normal. We have business continuity plans in place to minimise the risk of infection and make sure we can continue to deliver a business-as-usual service to our customers should an infection occur at an office. These include implementing clear guidelines for employees, providing support and advice for anyone who needs to self-quarantine, and issuing guidance on following safe hygiene practices across the organisation.
You can find further information on Covid-19 below to keep you updated:
- Guidance for employees, employers and businesses
- Support for business – Scotland
- Government advice to the public
- Number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and risk in the UK
- Advice from the NHS