Craig McKinlay, mortgages director at Halifax Fewer than half of people aged between 20 and 45 are making financial plans to save for a house while the number of those saving for a deposit has fallen, according to a new report.
A Fife-based credit union has become embroiled in a police fraud investigation amid reports that funds were embezzled. Police are probing accounts at Glenrothes and Methilhill-based Kingdom Credit Union Ltd.
A croft on the Isle of Lewis has become the 1,000th croft to be registered on the online Crofting Register. The Barvas croft was registered this week by Registers of Scotland (RoS) and became public record this morning.
Edinburgh-based Royal Bank of Scotland has announced plans to close four offices in the city and double the number of staff at its sprawling Gogarburn HQ. The 80 per cent state-owned bank said that the cost-cutting initiative will see 3000 staff moved out of the centre of the Capital to swell person
Sir Chris Hoy Sir Chris Hoy, Britain’s most successful Olympian, is still putting in impressive performances despite his retiring from the track after his company posted 2014 results showing profits pushing £1 million.
Betsy Williamson Edinburgh-based financial sector recruitment firm Core-Asset Consulting has announced the launch of a new Investment Operations team aimed specifically at supporting third party administrators (TPAs), global custodians and platform providers based in Scotland.
Kenny White Edinburgh-based residential care specialist Randolph Hill Nursing Homes which provides residential nursing care for 340 residents and employs more than 500 people across Scotland has secured a £26 million finance package from HSBC.
Edinburgh-based Royal Bank of Scotlandhas provided student accommodation developer Ziggurat with a finance facility of almost £30 million to help fund the construction of a major project in the city and support the firm’s wider growth. Ziggurat, which was founded in the Capital by Jim Pike and co