Graeme joined the McLeish family firm after graduating from Glasgow University with an honours degree in 1983 and currently specialises in commercial insurance, pensions, investment and inheritance tax planning.
Since graduating, Graeme has gained the Financial Planning Certificate and completed his Financial Adviser's Diploma in 2011.
Graeme lives with his wife, two children and Millie the dog in Stonebyres, just outside Lanark. His hobbies include playing electric guitar, photography, travel, walking and he is a current member of the Rotary Club of Lanark and a Director of Lanark Community Development Trust.
(Not all Inheritance Tax planning is regulated by the FCA)
Lynn joined the McLeish family firm some years ago, following graduation from Glasgow University and a lengthy career with Citizens Advice.
Lynn enjoys dealing with personal and commercial general insurance clients and also takes care of office administration and management accounts.
Outside work, Lynn enjoys hill walking, reading, horse riding, cycling and yoga.
She lives in Stonebyres near Lanark with her husband, two children, two cats and dog.
Tom joined R.C. McLeish Insurance Consultants Ltd as a financial adviser in 1999. He now specialises in personal and commercial insurance, protection insurance and account reconciliation.
Having begun his career in engineering, Tom emigrated to South Africa in 1983 and on his return, was employed by Prudential Assurance where he gained his financial planning certificate.
Tom is married with a son, a daughter and a cat. In his spare time he enjoys football, fishing, travelling and golf.
Kerr joined R.C. McLeish Insurance Consultants Ltd as an account handler in December 2001, bringing with him 15 years of experience with Prudential as a financial advisor and customer service representative specialising in general insurance.
Kerr's expertise is now focused on commercial, farm, motor and household insurance. He also holds a full financial planning certificate.
Away from the office, Kerr has been involved in writing, producing, directing and performing with the Douglasdale Players for the last 30 years. The group puts on charity shows every year and has raised over £55,000 for good causes both locally and nationally.
Kerr enjoys playing golf in the summer and curling in the winter.