David Jeffcoat David Jeffcoat has been appointed partner in the Edinburgh office of Alexander Sloan, one of Scotland’s longest established firms of Accountants and Business Advisers which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year.
Jim Galbraith Scottish Friendly, Scotland’s largest financial mutual, has today announced it achieved record-breaking sales in 2016. The financial services group reported a substantial 33% rise from the £25.5 million it posted in 2015 to £33.9m in 2016. This increase was powered mainly by improv
Mark Gallacher, Partner, EQ presenting cheque to Anne Ronaldson from Age Concern Cupar, with John Morrow from Cupar Rotary to his left. Staff at a Fife accountancy firm have presented Age Concern Cupar with a cheque for just over £200, following a community sleigh run organised by the local Cupar R
Deborah Gilshan Edinburgh-based global investment manager Standard Life Investments has strengthened its ESG Investment Team with the appointment of Deborah Gilshan as Governance & Stewardship Director.
The increasingly controversial plan to sell off the UK government’s Edinburgh-based Green Investment Bank (GIB) to an Australian investor could be shelved in favour of a £3.8 billion stock market flotation.
FRP Advisory partners Iain Fraser and Tom MacLennan have been appointed joint administrators at Inverness-based self-build home business, Roy Homes Ltd, and its sister company, Roy Homes Timber Frame Ltd.
Tim Cooper Scotland’s hospitality sector has had a strong start to the year, with its restaurants and pubs less at risk of insolvency than the UK average, according to research by insolvency and restructuring trade body R3.
Maggie's Centre Aberdeen Aberdeen Asset Management has provided a Granite City cancer support centre with a four figure sum at a time when an increasing number of people whose lives are affected by cancer are turning to it for help and support.