Hanya Partners has appointed financial services expert Philip White as its new consulting director. Hanya Partners is a management consultancy specialising in IT, supplier management and organisation development with offices in Edinburgh and London.
HSBC has appointed former Standard Life boss David Nish as senior independent director and chairman of the group audit committee. Mr Nish will also become a member of the group risk committee with effect from 18th February this year.
People development organisation Remarkable has appointed six new non-executive board members to steer its strategic decision making and support the effective operation of the business. Charles Quinn chair, Bonnie Clarke CEO, David Hicks, Gillian Frame, Simon Lidington and Russell Dalgliesh
TSB has increased the number of business banking face to face relationship managers it has in Scotland from four to ten. (from left) Back Row: Billy Stewart, Louise Allan, Dean Thomson, Martin Hay, Jim Pritchard and Calum Johnston
Scotland’s only all-female business angel group Investing Women has announced the appointment of Rhona Campbell to its board. A member of the Investing Women angel group since 2013, Ms Campbell has also served as an advisor to its board. She now joins as a full board member bringing more
Rooney Nimmo has appointed Scott Nelson as partner based in its London and Edinburgh offices. Mr Nelson is is a highly-experienced corporate transactional lawyer who has spent his entire legal career focused on the representation of leading private equity funds and sponsors in all aspects of their i
The Institute of Auctioneers and Appraisers in Scotland (IAAS) has appointed Neil Wilson, former head of agriculture at HSBC Bank, as its executive director. Mr Wilson has been appointed to help intensify the Institutes' fight for the interests of members and the wider livestock industry and&nb
READ Cased Hole has revamped its senior leadership team by appointing its chief financial officer Bruce Melvin to the role of CEO. Mr Melvin joined READ in 2014 as chief financial officer and has over 15 years of financial management experience in medium and large global oilfield service provid
Edinburgh-based property investor Sigma Capital has celebrated a "significant uplift" in profits from its developments in the last few months of 2020, leading directors to expect the firm to hit market expectations when they announce full-year results in April. Sigma Capital has also announced that
Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) has promoted Dominic Byrne as head of global equities. Mr Byrne currently holds the position of deputy head of global equities and will succeed Stephen Docherty, who is stepping down for personal reasons after serving the company for 25 years.
Heather Kiteley, who currently holds the position of director of finance and corporate services at Port of Leith Housing Association Group, has been appointed as chief executive of the group. Ms Kiteley will take up her new role when Keith Anderson retires in May.
Three new partners, eight new directors and six new associates have been appointed by chartered surveyors DM Hall. The new partners are Jonathan Hunter, Musselburgh Residential, Jonathan McManus, West Commercial Agency based in Glasgow and David Telford, Falkirk Residential.
Deloitte has appointed Hayley Barker and Alister Taylor to lead its global employer services team in Scotland. Hayley Barker, based in Deloitte’s Aberdeen office, has been promoted to director following 11 years with the company. Meanwhile, Alister Taylor, based in Deloitte’s Glasgow off