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New data from financial mutual Scottish Friendly has revealed that the number of new stocks and shares ISA policies opened by adults in Scotland fell 17% year-on-year in the three months to December 2022. Sales in the run-up to Christmas were significantly lower than the previous year and the value

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Business rescue and recovery specialist Begbies Traynor has moved from its base in West Nile Street, Glasgow, to newly renovated offices in the city centre in Bothwell Street. The firm has signed a lease for a 4,094sq ft office suite at a prominent former bank branch which has been refurbished to pr

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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

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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

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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.

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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.

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Investments in fast-growth Scottish businesses cooled slightly over the summer as economic challenges and an impending global recession saw investors take a more cautious approach, according to KPMG’s latest Venture Pulse Survey. Scotland’s scale ups attracted £117m of venture capi

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