The Loch Lomond Group is an independent distiller and blender of some of the finest and rarest Scotch Whiskies in the world. Its heritage is amongst the oldest in the industry. The Group has gone through a significant period of growth since 2014 and following the recent acquisition by Hillhouse Capital Management, a global investment firm with a focus on innovative businesses in growth industries, the business has ambitious plans.
The company has invested significantly in growing its portfolio of brands, distillery and bottling infrastructure, global distribution platform, and management team. The business now generates about 70% of its revenue from more than 100 international markets, versus less than 10% in 2014.
The portfolio includes Loch Lomond Single Malt, which is distilled and matured close by the “bonnie banks” and Glen Scotia, a Campbelltown malt from the Victorian “whisky capital of the world”, as well as several high-quality blends. Each is a fine example of its region and style, redolent of the landscape and history which has shaped Scotland’s unique spirit.
The ongoing rapid growth of the group has created the need for additional resource to ensure that the team can continue to work closely with the leaders of all functions. The organisation represents an excellent opportunity for a motivated part-qualified accountant who wants to work in a high growth, drinks business. In addition, the business will provide a firm career platform with good opportunity for personal and professional development. To view the Position Profile in full please click here.