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The Bank of Scotland has provided a £130,000 finance package to a family-run hotel, pub and restaurant business based in the picturesque village of Balmaha on the banks of Loch Lomond.

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Donald McNaught picks up the award for Restructuring Project of the Year with MC Rufus Hound. Scottish accountancy and business advisory firm Johnston Carmichael, has picked up two awards at the British Accountancy Awards 2015.

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North Sea oil and gas contractors are considering fresh job cuts and alternative ways of generating revenue after a slump in confidence, according to a survey conducted by Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce. The chamber’s 23rd Oil and Gas Survey, carried out in partnership with Strathclyde

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Luke Davis Senior financial services leaders say the key to staff retention in a tight jobs market will be a rewarding career path rather than increased salaries or bonuses, according to new research1 from leading recruitment specialist Robert Half Financial Services.

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today hit Barclays Bank with a record fine of more than £72 million for failing to minimise the risk that it may be used to facilitate financial crime. The failings relate to a £1.88 billion pound transaction that Barclays arranged and executed in 2011 and

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David RitchieFfie-based shopfitting and interiors group Europa has announced plans to make 50 workers redundant at its Fife headquarters over the next month.

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The number of first-time buyer loans in Scotland rose 4 per cent up on the previous quarter and 16 per cent up on Q3 2014, according to latest figures from the Council for Mortgage Lenders. First-time buyers totalling 8,500 in the period borrowed £920 million - up 2 per cent on the previous quarter

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Bill Duguid Property consultant Ryden has posted £12.5m turnover and profits of £5.48m for the year ended April 30, representing an 18% increase in fees and a 49 per cent increase in profits over the last three years.

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Scotland's public spending watchdog has found no evidence of fraud or corruption in Celtic's purchase of land for their Lennoxtown training complex. However, the investigation by Audit Scotland did raise a series of weaknesses in the financial monitoring arrangements by the various public bodies inv

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Stuart Patrick Stuart Patrick, chief executive of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce has praised a new facility for helping business better innovate as he visited CENSIS, the Scottish Innovation Centre for Sensor and Imaging Systems.

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