The former chairman of Cairn Energy has been appointed as a non-executive director of the Edrington Group.
Norman Murray, who now chairs energy firm Petrofac, also sits on the board of Greene King and has worked for RBS, Deutsche Bank and KPMG, reports the Scotsman newspaper.
The chief executive of Edrington welcomed Murray’s appointment and praised the experience he brings to the role.
The scotsman.com website quoted Ian Curle as saying: “Norman’s vast experience in business will be an important asset as the Group plans its next phase of growth.”
The Edrington Group produce The Famous Grouse, Scotland’s biggest-selling blended whisky, as well as The Macallan and Highland Park single malts.