Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has announced a string of promotions and appointments.
SBP Accountants and Business Advisers (SBP), a north-east accountancy firm has made a round of nine promotions in April, including the appointment of two new directors to the senior management team. Stephen Glanas and Stuart Beaton, based at SBP Accountants and Business Advisers’ (SBP) Aberdee
Property consultant FG Burnett has announced the retirement of Graeme Watt after 42 years of service with building consultancy director Iona Foubister simultaneously joining the firm's board. Graeme Watt joined the business in 1981 and progressed to a shareholding director within the firm with a str
Edinburgh-headquartered private bank Hampden & Co has appointed Mark Plummer as Head of Private Banking for its London office. One of the most experienced professionals in UK private banking, Mark began his career at Coutts, spending 12 years there before spending a further 13 years at C. Hoare
The Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB) has appointed Al Denholm as its new chief executive officer. Mr Denholm, a seasoned asset management professional with over 36 years of experience, previously held executive and senior investment leadership positions at major financial institutions like P
Accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP has appointed Mick Campbell as its new partner in its Glasgow financial services team as the firm continues to invest in talent in Scotland. Mick Campbell joins the firm’s financial services team from Atos UK, a worldwide digital leader
Ed Monaghan has returned to the housebuilding industry after his departure from Mactaggart & Mickel last year, having been appointed as a non-executive director at Clark Contracts. Mr Monaghan will work on a new private homes division at the construction firm. The new division, named Nova Homes,
Accountancy and business advisory firm Henderson Loggie, which has offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow Aberdeen and Dundee, has appointed Diana Penny as head of audit. Ms Penny takes over the role from Gavin Black who has led significant growth in audit revenues in recent years. He joined Henderson Loggie
JLL has appointed Fraser Blackwood as a director in its planning energy & infrastructure team. Since joining the commercial real estate advisor in 2021, Fraser has played a fundamental part in maintaining and growing JLL’s planning position in Glasgow, securing a number of new instructions
Reward Finance appoints Chris Ibbetson to lead client relationship operations in Scotland and beyond
SME funding provider Reward Finance Group has restructured its client relationship operations across Scotland by promoting Chris Ibbetson to head it up. With Reward providing tailored business finance loans and asset based solutions to SMEs across the UK, Mr Ibbetson will now lead the client relatio
Cullen Eco Packaging, a sustainable packaging company, has hired Phil Brien as head of sales for moulded fibre to meet the soaring demand for environmentally-friendly alternatives to plastic packaging. Mr Brien's appointment comes as the company aims to replace one billion pieces of plastic packagin
Aberdeen-based social enterprise Glencraft has expanded its board to six members, appointing Neil Skene and Ken Robertson as non-executive directors. The move follows the earlier appointments of Laura Bruce and Allan Clow in late 2022, as part of Glencraft's broader development strategy.
Law firm CMS has announced that three of its Scottish-based colleagues have been promoted to partner level. Fiona Henderson, a finance lawyer from the firm’s Aberdeen banking team, joins Glasgow-based David Dennis and Davinia Cowden on this year’s list of global partner promotions.
Blackwood Homes and Care has appointed finance professional Heather Duncan to the newly created role of director of finance and strategic partnerships. She joined the independent living specialists in 2018 and this will be her third role within the organisation, having previously been finance manage
Burges Salmon has announced the appointment of eleven new directors, including one in Scotland. Edinburgh-based Gregor Hayworth is a dual-qualified dispute resolution solicitor. He advises on major domestic and international energy, infrastructure and construction projects, both onshore and off