Brian Souter Current pensions policy and the investment approach of many pension schemes is overly cautious, risks leaving us stuck in a rut of low aspirations and is not giving our young people an even chance to succeed, writes ICAS President, Sir Brian Souter
Stuart Preston In recent years, Scotland’s economy has become increasingly international in scale. While Brexit negotiations create some debate over how we might trade with global markets in the future, it’s widely accepted that long term growth relies on the country maintaining trading ties wit
Duncan Barrie Duncan Barrie, who leads the farm sales team from estate agent Galbraith’s National Farm Sales Centre in Stirling, reviews how a number of the more than 60 farms sold for a total of £65 million by the firm last year were sold in lots, with the farmhouse, buildings and an area of ame
Harro Leusink Harro Leusink, Corporate Finance Manager and a member of the Brewing & Distilling sector team at Campbell Dallas looks ahead in the wake of last week's lankmark judgement
Louise McCosh French Duncan HR Services Director, Louise McCosh, looks to what lays ahead for the hospitality and leisure sector in post-Brexit Britain
Iain Masterton Iain Masterton, a director at Edinburgh-based accountants Chiene + Tait assesses what will be the tax implications of Britain leaving the European Union.
Julie Scott-Gilroy Julie Scott-Gilroy, an associate at BTO Solicitors LLP, looks at how well the construction industry’s payment regime is working.
Brian Palmer Brian Palmer, tax policy expert, the Association of Accounting Technicians looks at what the Paradise Papers could mean for your business
Steven Graham Steven Graham, residential partner at the Glasgow South offices of DM Hall hails a Southside market renaissance
Jennifer White Jennifer White, a Glasgow-based solicitor with law firm bto talks us through the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill currently making its way through Parliament.
David Flint David Flint and Rebecca Ferguson of Scottish law firm MacRoberts look at an atypical cartel case.
Alan McIntosh Alan McIntosh is a Senior Money Adviser at Inverclyde Council. The views expressed in this blog are his own.
Ken McEwan Ken McEwan, chief executive of Edinburgh-based estate agency, McEwan Fraser Legal says we all face having to pick-up the tab for what he has condemned as the Scottish Government’s "botched" Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) as he appeals for urgent reform.
Nicola Standen Nicola Standen, manager and adviser in the Personal Debt team at Campbell Dallas considers the Debt Arrangement Scheme (DAS) as an effective debt management solution.
Scotland's first operational Build to Rent scheme at Forbes Place in Aberdeen Scotland’s housing shortfall could be plugged by Build to Rent homes but opportunities as well as threats exist for the sector, says Dr John Boyle.