Eilidh is a member of our Entrepreneurial Taxes team and is ACCA qualified. She has over 3 years’ experience preparing R&D claims for companies across a range of sectors. She has a particular focus on the Tech industry, having previously worked at Edinburgh-based fintech success story FreeAgent.
As well as her involvement in R&D tax relief, Eilidh works on a range of other entrepreneurial taxes and corporation tax compliance on a day-to-day basis.
Raising standards in the tax advice market – how do you choose a tax adviser?
Key points from a recent case about Research and Development tax relief
Research & Development tax relief: common mistakes we see on claims already submitted to HMRC
How can R&D tax relief help cashflow during the recession?
Kirsty is an Entrepreneurial tax specialist, advising scale-ups and growing clients on share schemes, structuring, investment reliefs and exits. She has worked in the sector for over five years.
Kirsty is a Board Adviser to Investing Women and a member of the EIS Association’s UK-wide Women in Venture Capital Group.
Articles by Kirsty:
Company Share Option Plans: the alternative to EMI?
Quick investment required? Could ASA save the day?
Rupert is a Manager in our Corporate Finance team. He joined Chiene + Tait in 2018 have previously worked at EY (Edinburgh) and Barclays Wealth (London). He works with the wider Corporate Finance team advising on all aspects of corporate finance including M&A transactions, debt / equity fundraising, strategic reviews and valuations.
Stuart is Audit Senior Manager; he manages a number of audits with a particular focus on housing associations, corporate organisations and their subsidiaries, and charities.
He regularly produces comment pieces and analyses for our communications with our various sector groups, and is a member of our Social Housing Group.
Kerry is responsible for all marketing activities at Chiene + Tait. After graduating from Napier University, Kerry moved to London and spent 8 years working with various non profit organisations in marketing, communications and business development roles. She latterly specialised in healthcare marketing, working closely with charities and pharmaceutical companies to promote health campaigns across the UK.
Since moving to Chiene + Tait, Kerry now looks after all events, sponsorships, publications, marketing and digital media activities for the firm, in order to help achieve our aim as the pre-eminent, independent accountancy practice.
Finally, for a number of years she has been a member of the Professional Marketing Forum, sitting on the Scotland Committee since 2010 and from 2012 became Chairman of the Scotland branch.