George Scott With today marking one year until General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, George Scott, Director of KPMG’s Cyber and Privacy practice in Scotland, highlights what business must do to ensure they don’t fall foul of the new legal framework
Sally Nash Sally Nash is a senior associate at Gilson Gray, discusses how the latest record-breaking divorce case in England would be treated north of the border.
David Alexander By David Alexander, managing director at DJ Alexander
James Callender By James Callender account manager at insurer Lockton Companies LLP
Robert C Dewar Leading US Attorney Robert Dewar recently spoke at an event at Scottish accountancy firm French Duncan on ‘Doing Business in the US’. Here, the Scot who completed his law studies at Edinburgh University and is now an Attorney with American law firm, Williams Mullen in Richmond, Vi
Susan McDonald HBJ Gateley’s Susan McDonald on the lessons learned from bond funding as a means to finance social housing associations.
Blog: All eyes on Houston, but corporate finance expert tells investors that Aberdeen should be on their radar
Tom Faichnie Tom Faichnie is managing director of Hall Morrice Corporate Finance and in a career spanning over 20 years has built up a reputation as the ‘go to’ man for private equity houses looking to invest in oilfield services companies in Aberdeen. He’ll be at OTC in Houston, and he explai
David Walker By David Walker, managing partner at Thompson Cooper Accountants
David Gourlay By David Gourlay, Partner at MacRoberts
Steven Jansch By Steven Jansch, Partner and head of insolvency at Gilson Gray solicitors
Neil Kennedy By Neil Kennedy, Partner, Corporate Group at Glasgow headquartered law firm MacRoberts
Alan McIntosh Alan McIntosh, money advice trainer and consultant at Advice Scotland, summarises his new report on the Scottish government's faltering Debt Arrangement Scheme.
Gary Tracey Our latest Just a Minute series continues with Gary Tracey, Financial Director with Paisley-based construction business City Gate Construction (CGC).
Emma Boffey A ruling made last month by the Court of Session shows that betting does not always pay, even when the outcome you wagered on is realised, writes Emma Boffey of CMS
Mike McAnulty As Britain prepares for its exit from the European Union, and Scotland petitions for a second referendum, the economy is facing an ambiguous future.