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Our Management Team

Sheila Robertson B.Sc. (Hons.) Agric., CA - Director

Sheila Robertson B.Sc. (Hons.) Agric., CA  - DirectorSheila qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1994.

Initially she moved to the Borders as a farm estate manager, previously working with Farmdata software provider and FCS, a co-operative providing financial control services to members. She founded Gall Robertson in 2001.

Sheila has built the firm on a strong reputation from her services to a wide portfolio of clients, including healthcare, manufacturing, construction and farming which are her particular areas of expertise.

Sheila believes the most challenging and rewarding aspect of her work is the opportunity to work closely with people, to get a good understanding of their businesses and their goals, and then to provide them with advice and support which will help them to achieve those goals.

Alison Harold

Alison HaroldAlison undertook a BSc Joint Honours in Genetics & Psychology and started her career in retail & sales.

She then moved into accounting in 1990 and became a qualified Chartered Accountant with ICAS in 1994.

Alison trained with Scott Oswald & Co Chartered Accountants in Stirling moving into industry from 1996 originally as Finance & IT manager in a Biosafety testing firm until she moved to the Borders in 2002.

Having spent time doing a variety of other roles in industry in the Borders she joined the firm in 2006.

Pamela Baillie

Pamela BailliePamela is a qualified Chartered Accountant who trained in Edinburgh with Scott Oswald, who at the time were the 6th largest CA firm in Scotland.

Following her time in practice Pamela joined AWG formerly Morrison Homes before moving to Royal Bank of Scotland and then returning to practice by joining Gall Robertson.

With a broad financial experience from practice, industry and exposure to her own family's businesses Pamela enjoys using this experience to help businesses grow.

Pamela grew up in the Scottish Borders and following her years in Edinburgh returned to set up home with her family in St Boswells.