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Scotland-based family-controlled investment manager McInroy & Wood has announced the appointment of Wendy Ferguson as chief executive officer, effective June 2025, pending regulatory approval. Ms Ferguson, currently deputy CEO and director of operations & IT, has been with the firm since 201

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Edinburgh-headquartered private bank Hampden & Co has appointed Tracey Davidson as its new chief executive officer. She will succeed Graeme Hartop, who is retiring after an 11-year tenure. Ms Davidson will officially join the bank in the autumn, coinciding with Mr Hartop's departure.

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Unity Trust Bank has appointed Penny Hogan as its new chief financial officer. Ms Hogan first joined Unity in 2021 as financial controller, and her promotion to chief financial officer reflects her strong contribution to the business over the past three years.

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Capital Credit Union (CCU) has appointed Colin Thomson to the newly created position of head of growth marketing. This appointment comes during a period of record-breaking growth for the Edinburgh-based ethical financial services organisation, which has seen its lending exceed £25 million for

Accountancy

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In response to evolving global ESG reporting regulations, AAB Group has introduced a dedicated ESG division. In the last year ESG reporting changes have been written into EU regulations and will be written into UK regulations over the next three years, impacting a range of businesses from larger com

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Dundee-based accountancy firm Ashton McGill, which is founded by father and son Alasdair and Andrew McGill, has announced a 41% increase in annual turnover for 2023. The business attributes this success to an increased portfolio of clients across Scotland, which has propelled it towards achieving a

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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) has marked a record year with the highest number of annual admissions in its 170-year history. Nearly 850 Chartered Accountants (CAs) joined the profession at its annual admission ceremony on 13 April.

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In a significant expansion, two Borders accountancy firms, Hogg & Thorburn and JRW, have formally merged. Having taken effect on 6 April 2024, the amalgamation forms JRW Hogg & Thorburn, marking a milestone in the histories of these long-established firms.

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More than 90% of participants who took part in a pilot scheme aiming to inspire female entrepreneurs have said they now feel ready to start their own businesses. E3f, a six-week pilot programme, was run by Elevator – a social enterprise which supports entrepreneurship and employability across

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Output for Scotland's private sector grew marginally in April, along with the third consecutive monthly rise in new business, according to the Royal Bank of Scotland Business Activity Index. The seasonally adjusted index, that measures the month-on-month change in the combined output of th

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Haventus, the energy transition facilities provider, and owner of Ardersier Port, east of Inverness, has secured a £100 million joint credit facility from the Scottish National Investment Bank (the Bank) and UK Infrastructure Bank (UKIB) with £50m investment from each. The financing foll