Andrew Dines, director and chartered financial planner at AAB Wealth, outlines five key things to consider when thinking about whats next after redundancy. Being made redundant? Here are five key things to consider when thinking about what’s next
Brian McMurray, partner and head of tech at Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), details how deals within the tech sector will remain strong in 2020. 2020 has presented monumental challenges to global economies resulting in many people expecting a slowdown in deal volume. In reality, deal
Chartered accountants and business advisory firm Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) has appointed Ian Marshall as director. As well as having worked with a diverse range of tech businesses, right through from start-ups to high-growth and turnaround, Mr Marshall also has significant experience
Charlotte Edwards, global employment taxes senior manager and head of IR35 at Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), discusses the needs for films to plan for the IR35 changes coming into place in 2021. With less than a year until IR35 reform arrives in the private sector, companies must be
Martyn Paterson, financial planner at AAB Wealth, discusses the intricacies of ESG investing. June 5 2020, marked World Environment Day, with World Oceans Day, National Bike Week, and World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought all taking place in the same month. What can they teach us about how
Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB) has appointed Derek Gemmell as head of construction & property and Stuart Rose as head of construction & property strategy as it prepares for the construction sector to re-open after lockdown. Both Mr Gemmel and Mr Rose have significant experience in t
Duncan Raggett, insolvency practitioner and head of the restructuring and recovery team at Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) discusses the issues and options firms should be considering in preparation for life after lockdown. The impact of COVID-19 on the economy is likely to be long-lasting.
Anderson Anderson & Brown Wealth Ltd (AAB) has announced the appointment of chartered financial planners Andrew Dines, Ian Campbelland Vikki Venerus as directors and shareholders. Already established as key members of the senior leadership team at AAB Wealth, these appointments reflect the
Graeme Allan, chief executive of Anderson Anderson & Brown, reflects on the changes and challenges currently experienced as a result of the coronavirus crisis and considers what's next as we plan ahead for the 'next normal'. As a business leader or owner, you’re likely to find your days no
Lyn Calder, a managing partner of Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), appears in one of the firm's new videos urging more businesses to apply for the government COVID-19 loan schemes such as CBILS and Bounce Back with the aim of positioning themselves strongly for the ‘new normal’.
A managing partner of Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) has urged more businesses to apply for the government COVID-19 loan schemes with the aim of positioning themselves strongly for the ‘new normal’. Lyn Calder, who is also the firm’s head of deals for the Central Belt, said th
Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) has appointed Andy Shaw as a partner. Mr Shaw, who will be based in the firm’s Edinburgh office, will lead AAB’s public sector and not-for-profit audit business across Scotland. He will also use his expertise to work closely with the AAB
Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) chartered accountants and business advisors has appointed Alasdair Green as head of E&P (Exploration and Production). Having been instrumental in developing AAB’s presence in the upstream oil and gas sector in his previous role by dr
Andrew Dines, chartered financial planner at AAB Wealth, discusses why the impact of coronavirus on the stock market need not alter your long-term goals. With the UK in lockdown and pressure on the NHS mounting, COVID-19 is set to exert an enormous influence on our lives over the coming months.
Lyn Calder, Anderson Anderson & Brown's (AAB) corporate finance manager and managing partner, has offered some practical advice to firms during the current coronavirus crisis. The UK and Scottish Governments are acutely aware the financial impact of the lockdown on businesses and the economy as