Jane Grant


Business Advisory and Finance

Jane Grant, a Chartered Management Accountant, is Amas Murrison’s founder and Co-Director.

Jane has over 25 years’ experience in national and international accounting, taxation and specialist business advisory services. Jane’s focus is to ensure clients/businesses are gaining access to funding, digitising their process via cloud system integration, minimising taxation, maximising profit, and achieving growth as well as providing good long term business advice.

Jane has been running her own business since 2002 and has helped businesses grow and feel great by gaining clarity and funding.

As a director of Ayrshire Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Jane provides support to the Ayrshire business community. The Chamber is also a forum for businesses to network, learn, develop and share their experiences for the benefit of achieving economic growth.

Jane strives for a good work life balance for herself and her clients. Jane enjoys walking along the beautiful Ayrshire coast with the dogs or settling down to watch a Netflix series with tea and chocolate.

Get in touch with Jane: email jane@ammu.uk or call 01292 388 031

Key expertise and skills

  • Financial readiness and securing business funding – debt, grants, equity, alternative finance and R&D Tax Credits
  • Digitisation of the finance function and key business processes
  • Management accounting, budgeting, financial modelling and analysis
  • Business strategy, planning, implementation and monitoring.

Visit our business funding, digitisation and strategy pages to find out more about what we do and how we work with clients.

Jane Grant’s Recent Posts

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Focus on tax year-end planning

With Christmas and New Year behind us, tax year-end planning should now be on your radar. The 2021/22 tax year will end on Tuesday 5 April. This year there is no Spring Budget and Easter arrives on 15 April, so […]

Tax Matters 2021-2022

In brief: what are the tax planning options available for companies and individuals? For companies it is all about the most tax efficient way of extracting profits such as dividends verses salary, contributions to pensions and receiving tax efficient benefits. […]