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Rathbone Investment Management has announced the opening of a new office and "important hub" on Glasgow's Nelson Mandela Place. The provider of discretionary investment management services for private clients, charities and professional advisers has moved into new premises at The Athenaeum, 8 Nelson

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Pre-tax profit at Clydesdale Bank increased 53 per cent to £133 million in the six months to March according to new figures released as the Glasgow-based bank searches for a new owner. The bank is to be demerged from its parent, the National Australia Bank (Nab), through a flotation on the London S

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A Scottish brewery which is inviting its fans to become shareholders has been criticised for not providing an appropriate level of protection for its investors. Craft beer company BrewDog is currently trying to raise £25 million in capital through its fourth release of shares — an initiative it c

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Markus Stadlmann Edinburgh-based Lloyds Banking Group has reported that UK household wealth has grown by £1.5 trillion or 19 per cent over the last year.

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Gordon Matheson A procurement strategy has been agreed upon to take forward Glasgow’s £1.13 billion City Deal, paving the way for work to proceed on 20 ‘major infrastructure projects’ across the city region over the next 20 years.

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Thomas Moore Standard Life Equity Income Trust (SLEIT), managed by investment director Thomas Moore, is to focus on stocks it thinks are undervalued amid a backdrop of "stretched" valuations after it provided a 12.8 per cent diluted total return on net asset value in the first half of its financial

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Don Peebles The Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) has called on the Scottish Government to seize the opportunity for fundamental change to the way it controls its finances.

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Hazlehead Park Councillors have backed plans to build a 200-bedroom hotel on green belt land in Aberdeen.

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C&C, the Irish owner of Tennent’s lager, has become the latest drinks maker to claim that its profits are being impaired due to Scotland’s new lower drink-drive limit. C&C has reported a 1.8 per cent rise in Scottish operating profits to €39.2 million (£28.3m) for the year to 28 Febru

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