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The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 imposed a temporary halt on the use of statutory demands and winding up petitions where the tenant is unable to pay its bills because of coronavirus. As a result two uniquely Scottish remedies available to landlord creditors have come into the spotlig

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Anjli Shah, co-manager of the $50m Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) Global Mid-Cap Fund, discusses opportunities within the global mid-cap sector and why it remains an interesting investment proposition. Measured by the MSCI World Index, mid-caps have outperformed their larger peers by around 10%

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Louise Laing, senior associate at Brodies, details the intricacies of a pre-pack administration. Pre-pack is the term used to describe an arrangement whereby the sale of all or part of a company’s business and/or assets is negotiated and agreed before an insolvency practitioner (IP) is appoint

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Shirley McIntosh, RSM's head of tax in Scotland, discusses whether Scotland can afford the financials of independence. The Scottish people have elected their new Parliament and pro-independence parties have increased their majority. The independence debate often runs on emotion, but cool heads will

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