Chris Harte’s CEO Tenure to continue at Morton Fraser

Chris Harte has been appointed for a further three-year term as CEO with Scottish independent law firm Morton Fraser.

The firm has seen continued growth under his leadership over the past six years, with revenues increasing by 60 per cent over that period, topping the £20m threshold (£21.7m) in 2017/18.

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He said: “I’ve hugely enjoyed helping steer the firm forward over the last six years and I’m delighted to have the support of the partners to serve another term.”

Maggie Moodie, Chair of Morton Fraser, said: “ Chris’s commitment and passion for growing the firm over the past six years has been evident to all of us. The decision by the partners was a unanimous one and we are all looking forward to working with him to deliver even more success for the firm over the next three years”

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