David Renton, an experienced chartered certified accountant, has been promoted to partner at the Scottish Borders firm Greaves West & Ayre (GWA). Mr Renton, who hails from Eyemouth, joined GWA in 2000 shortly after receiving his degree in accountancy and finance. By 2009, he had earned his
Cross-border advisory firm, Quantuma, has appointed seasoned restructuring advisory professional Alistair Dickson as a managing director in its Glasgow office. With over 30 years of industry experience, Mr Dickson, a chartered accountant, will join the firm from his previous position as the director
Commonwealth Games Scotland has appointed Ian Reid CBE as the organisation’s new chair. Mr Reid will bring a wealth of relevant experience to the role, having served as Chief Financial Officer of the Glasgow 2014 Games and more recently as Chief Executive Officer of the Birmingham 2022 Commonw
Scottish accountancy firm, Johnston Carmichael, has expanded its senior management ranks with three new director promotions as part of its strategic leadership growth plan. Irina Cheburdanidze, who is based in the firm’s Edinburgh office, Ryan Crilley, based in Glasgow, and Ruth Canham, in Elg
Equity Gap, the Edinburgh-based angel investment syndicate has today announced changes to its top team that will see the syndicate continue to expand its portfolio across Scotland and the UK. Fraser Lusty becomes managing director, leading the Equity Gap team as they work to deliver positive outcome
Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd (HIAL) announced the appointment of seasoned aviation professional, Stewart Adams, as its interim managing director effective from 14 June 2023. The move comes after the current managing director, Inglis Lyon, revealed he would step down from his role by the end of
Rural business organisation Scottish Land & Estates (SLE) has named Dee Ward, the owner of Rottal Estate, as its new chair. Mr Ward succeeds Mark Tennant, who has held the position since April 2020.
Construction firm Clark Contracts has elevated long-serving employee, Danny McKibbens, to the role of operations director. With nearly 40 years of experience in the construction industry, Mr McKibbens is a seasoned player with roots in the Scottish construction scene.
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