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The appointment of Scottish Enterprise’s interim chair Willie Mackie has been extended for him to continue in the role until 31 December 2024. This will ensure continuity while a further appointment round is run for a chair to succeed Lord Smith, who stood down in July 2022. The job descriptio

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Cairn Group, estate agency and letting firm serving Scotland's central belt, from Edinburgh to Glasgow, has undergone a significant management restructure. The changes see Paul Shields, who has been Finance Director at Cairn for 17 years, and long-serving sales and investment director Jenn

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The John Lewis Partnership has appointed Jason Tarry as its new chairman, who will succeed Sharon White as she steps down at the end of her term. Mr Tarry brings over 33 years of experience at Tesco, where he most recently served as the UK & Ireland CEO for six years. His extensive bac

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Global financial services firm Ebury has announced that it is increasing its investment in Scotland with a series of strategic moves aimed at boosting their Scottish operations. Nicholas Blurton has been appointed key account director for Scotland to drive Ebury's growth in the Scottish market. He j

Accountancy

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N4 Partners has completed a further seven-figure investment to become the majority shareholder of accounting, tax and audit firm Opulus Financial. Opulus has grown rapidly through a series of acquisitions since its inception in 2021, including Wylie & Bisset, George & Co, John Kerr & Co,

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Tax expert John Cairns been appointed by Glasgow-based Robb Ferguson Chartered Accountants as director of taxation. A long-time member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, and a Chartered Tax Adviser, Mr Cairns has been a partner in both Scottish and international accounting firms,

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) has announced the biggest shake up in how it trains accountancy students in its 170-year history, with the launch of a new syllabus and a new way of learning for students. The new syllabus will make sure that the Chartered Accountant (CA

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Business confidence in Scotland fell significantly in March, according to Bank of Scotland Commercial Banking. The bank's latest Business Barometer showed the overall confidence level dropped 15 points to 41%, with companies reporting lower optimism in their own business prospects, down 10 poin