Moray Barber, Shaun Reynolds and Chris Hunter all promoted to director
Deloitte has promoted three new directors at its Aberdeen energy and resource practice.
Promotions for Moray Barber, Shaun Reynolds and Chris Hunter has doubled the number of directors in the fimrs Aberdeen energy and resource division.
Barber is a founder of the Young Professionals in Oil and Gas (YPOG) programme, a joint initiative between Deloitte and, now, Pinsent Masons, set up in 2005 to mentor and encourage the next generation of oil and gas leaders in Aberdeen.
Reynolds, who transferred to Aberdeen in 2009 after seven years at Deloitte's London office, will now lead the transaction services (TS) team in Aberdeen.
Hunter, who joined Deloitte in 2009 and has led the oilfield services team for the past two years, will support Deloitte’s audit group in Aberdeen.
Derek Henderson, office senior partner for Deloitte in Aberdeen, said: “The performance of the energy sector, particularly oil and gas, is intrinsic to the success of Aberdeen, as well as the wider economic recovery, and we are committed to providing the best support on the market to galvanise growth and encourage future success across the industry.
“I am delighted the office has three new directors of considerable experience and talent, and I’m confident these promotions will add real value to our existing team here in Aberdeen.”