Former Scottish Enterprise chief executive Lena Wilson is taking on a new role as chairwoman of Chiene + Tait (C+T), the accountancy firm has announced.
Ms Wilson, 55, spent eight years as CEO of the national enterprise agency before stepping down in 2017.
She is currently a non-executive director for a number of high-profile businesses including Royal Bank of Scotland and Intertek Group.
At C+T, which has offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and London, she will work with 13 partners to support the firm’s continued growth and development.
She joins the business on Monday, with former managing partner Gavin Morton stepping down after a stint as chairman.
Current managing partner Carol Flockhart said: “Lena will play an important role in supporting us in the delivery of our ambitions over the next few years.
“As one of the most respected and accomplished business figures in Scotland, she has a wealth of experience across the global community as well as immense insight into the UK economy.”
Ms Wilson said: “C+T is a successful and dynamic firm which is supporting the economy through excellent advisory services to the individuals and businesses who create growth.
“I’m very pleased to be coming on board for this next phase of the journey.”