Christine is a chartered accountant and insolvency practitioner with over 25 years’ experience in business services and recovery. She is currently the founder and director of Dunedin Advisory Ltd who became an EOT (Employee Ownership Trust) in 2020.
She has considerable experience in a wide range of business sectors and different appointment types. She is renowned for her practical, commercial and solution driven approach to business, having run her own companies since the early 1990s. She has first-hand experience in business set up, business structures, succession planning, investor readiness, business trade sales, MBOs and EOTs.
Christine has expertise in restructuring and turnaround taking personal and corporate appointments as a licensed insolvency practitioner since 1995.
An instinctive businesswoman, fellow company owners value her views and expertise, often providing mentoring and strategic support to them. She works closely with other specialist professionals and key institutions offering a full suite of business services and advice supporting the cost-effective design and implementation of process-driven solutions and structures improving business efficiencies, performance, and growth.
Christine is regularly requested for guidance on financial or structural matters for businesses assisting stakeholders in determining action plans and strategies. She provides professional opinion on reports, company valuations, and estimated outcomes in a variety of business situations, including internal conflict, dispute resolutions, marital disputes, shareholder disputes and creditor negotiations.
Christine has been instrumental in successfully tendering and winning the AiB government agency contract in Scotland for a third successive term with her firm and sits on various business panels and committees.