With over 75 years' experience of advising Scotland's farming community across a range of business and financial issues, our team look after the needs of a significant proportion of the country's farming sector, currently running at over 1,500 clients. Our 12 locations, combined with our skills and experience, mean we are well-placed to advise when it comes to understanding and growing your business.
We pride ourselves not only on the depth of our knowledge but also on the relationship we have with our long standing clients. In order to maintain continuity of the specialists you will work with, Johnston Carmichael has elected a 'Farming Team' of key contacts (listed below). Within our team several members have involvement in agricultural associations, in particular Graham Leith of our Inverurie office who has been appointed as Chairman of the North East Farm Management Association, and Maureen Duncan also of our Inverurie office who has been appointed as a Director of the Royal Northern Agricultural Society. Whether you are a valued client already or new to our services, our team are always at hand to answer your queries or offer advice.
We also support RSABI, unique Scottish charity dedicated to the relief of hardship and poverty amongst people who have depended for their livelihoods on the land. Visit the RSABI website to find out more.
In order to ensure we are communicating relevant financial changes within the agricultural sector, Johnston Carmichael produce a regular newsletter dedicated to the matters that could affect you and your business. Click here to view the latest Agriculture newsletter.
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We also regularly attend major summer events in the agricultural calendar, all of which can be found under our events section. You are more than welcome to drop by our stand and speak to a member of our team.
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