An agreement has been reached with tax authorities to settle with the old Rangers operating company for almost £40 million less than the original claimed by HMRC. Acting liquidators of Rangers 2012, BDO, said the settlement terms were accepted by both sides in their latest update to creditors.
AAB Group has appointed Derek Mitchell as its new chief operating officer, less than 28 months after the firm secured investment from August Equity to fast-track its growth plans. Mr Mitchell has been part of the AAB team for over 16 years and has seen the business grow from 80 people in Aberdeen to
With Companies House data revealing that Edinburgh and south-east Scotland have the highest percentage of female entrepreneurs in the UK, Wylie & Bisset, accountants and business advisers, has welcomed the rise in the number of female-led start-ups while stressing the importance of cashflow as a
Douglas Home & Co has expanded its presence in Edinburgh with the appointment of Greig Honeyman to advise its board. Greig Honeyman will advise leading figures at Douglas Home & Co, while tapping into his extensive network of family businesses, trusts, lawyers and corporate decision-makers.
Thomson Cooper Accountants has boosted their tax team with the appointment of experienced tax professional Keith Hunter. Mr Hunter's appointment reflects the increasing demand the firm has experienced for tax-related advice from individuals and business owners across Fife and the Lothians.
Alastair Moore, a chartered financial planner at AAB Wealth, outlines the advice the firm has been giving to its clients. There are plenty of scary headlines doing the rounds about pensions and markets right now, leading to a lot of nervous questions from worried investors.
Blackfinch Property has completed a £4.4 million six-month loan to fund the acquisition and reforestation of a large area of land in Scotland. Marking the first deal in the commercial forestry sector for Blackfinch, the investment will create local job opportunities, and is expected to improve
Edinburgh-based jeweller Hamilton & Inches has posted its full year results, revealing turnover of £11.3 million, representing record sales for the business and a 57% increase from the previous year. Online sales at the firm have continued to grow within overall turnover, with an increase
Microwave health tech pioneer Emblation has acquired a US distributor for an undisclosed sum as part of its growth strategy. The Scottish-based firm has been undertaking a two year-long period of major expansion and says the acquisition of Saorsa Inc will help fuel the next phase of its development.
The number of office lettings to complete in Glasgow in the first three quarters of 2022 reached 84, according to the latest research from Savills.
More than £30 million of commercial property assets recently being brought to the market in Aberdeen is a sign the tide has turned in the city, according to Knight Frank.