Ken Tudhope has been named the new director of finance and people services at Cairn Housing Group. Assuming his new role at the end of August, Mr Tudhope will bring with him a wealth of experience and expertise in the housing sector.
Timber industry heavyweight Donaldson Group has welcomed Fergus Bell into a novel position as 'd-commerce' director of the retail & distribution division, indicating a dedicated investment in its digital prowess. Mr Bell's joins from building supplies firm Bradfords, where, as head of e-commerce
Glasgow-based ultrasound sensor firm Novosound has enlisted the expertise of former Intel executive David Jolliffe as its new CFO. This move comes amid growing opportunities for the company's wearable ultrasound technology in the North American healthcare, wellbeing and fitness monitoring markets.
In a significant strategic overhaul, accountancy and advisory firm CT (formerly Chiene + Tait), has appointed a new executive committee and strategic leadership team, along with the upcoming launch of a new seven-figure digital transformation division. The newly appointed executive committ
Law firm CMS has announced the addition of two senior associates and transactional real estate specialists, Charlotte Miller and Keith Barber, to its data centre division. Based in Glasgow, the team is set to further fortify its UK and European operations, advising data centre clients with
Persimmon has appointed Stephen Partington as its new regional strategic land director in Scotland. An industry expert with over 20 years’ experience in dealing with strategic land, Mr Partington joined the company from Stewart Milne Homes earlier this month.
Inverness native Calum MacPherson has been appointed as the new CEO of Inverness and Cromarty Firth Green Freeport (ICFGF). Mr MacPherson was born in Inverness and finished his schooling at Charleston Academy before studying Law at Aberdeen University. After graduating he worked in a tax practise in
Azets has appointed Alan O'Riordan as a corporate finance partner based in the accountancy firm's Edinburgh office. Mr O'Riordan, an experienced mergers and acquisitions (M&A) specialist, will focus on assisting corporates, SMEs, and private equity-backed businesses in developing and executing t
Commercial real estate firm Ryden has brought on board Ben Dobson as associate to support the growth of its industrial property business in key markets, including Dundee, Perth, Inverness and North East England. The appointment will help fuel the expansion of Ryden's property acquisition and disposa
Avant Homes has strengthened its senior team in Scotland with the appointment of a strategic land and planning director to further enable the housebuilder’s regional expansion. Michaela Sullivan, who joins from East Lothian Council, has significant director-level experience in the construction
Edinburgh-based logistics firm Pegasus Couriers, has promoted its former dedicated service provider (DSP) operations manager, Phil West, to director. Mr West is set to work alongside the existing directors, Martin and Sandy Smith, to lead the Scottish family-owned business towards future success.
Tom Duke has been appointed as the chief operating officer of Dundee-based firm Broker Insights, a player in the UK's commercial insurance industry. Broker Insights' platform, known as Broker Insights Vision, has seen an increase in its reach, handling over £2 billion in gross written premiums
Highland Spring Group have announced that Mark Steven, who alongside Simon Oldham, is currently joint managing director of the business, has taken the decision to retire and as of July 1, and Mr Oldham will take over as sole managing director of the company. Mr Steven and Mr Oldham have togethe
International advisory, compliance, and outsourcing group, Azets, has appointed Peter Gallanagh, previously regional CEO for Scotland and Northern England, as its new UK CEO. Mr Gallanagh will step into his new role effective 1 July 2023, signalling a shift for Azets UK from a regional to a national
Law firm Davidson Chalmers Stewart has appointed dispute resolution solicitor Ewan McIntyre to its Glasgow team as partner. Mr McIntyre's career, spanning over thirty years, has seen him work with Scottish firms such as Burness Paull and Morton Fraser where he was head of the firm’s litigation