UofG teacher appointed to Revenue Scotland Board

Revenue Scotland, the tax authority responsible for the administration of Scotland's devolved taxes, formally became a non-ministerial Government department on 1 January.

Deputy First Minister, John Swinney has announced appointments to its board. One member of the board, Lynn Bradley, is currently a University teacher in the Adam Smith Business School at Glasgow University.

'I am lucky to be surrounded by so many talented colleagues in the Business School whom I can call on for advice'

Lynn Bradley is an accountant with more than 30 years’ experience of working in the Scottish public and private sectors. She was formerly the Head of Finance for West Dunbartonshire Council, where her responsibilities included local tax collection. More recently, she was Director of Corporate Programmes & Performance with Audit Scotland.

She is a former chair of CIPFA in Scotland and a former chair of the Local Authority Accounts Scotland Advisory Committee.

She is currently a lecturer in the Adam Smith Business School at Glasgow University, where she specialises in audit, risk and control.

Ms Bradley said: "I am delighted and honoured to be appointed to the Board of Revenue Scotland at such an exciting time for Scotland's fiscal policy. I am lucky to be surrounded by so many talented colleagues in the Business School whom I can call on for advice on all sorts of relevant topics."


First published: 19 January 2015

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