Appointments

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Dunedin, Edinburgh-based mid-market private equity house, has appointed Claire Blackhall and James Morrison into its dedicated research and direct origination team. This new team provides the wider investment team with pre-qualified target companies to approach, as well as the co-ordination of valua

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Skycanner, the flight comparison website founded in Edinburgh, has appointed Kris Beyens as its new chief financial officer. Before joining Skycanner, Mr Beyens held executive roles at eBay, including vice president and chief operating officer of eBay EMEA and as chief financial officer for eBay Int

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Healthcare tech company Craneware has appointed David Kemp, the chief financial officer of Aberdeen oil services company Wood Group, to its board. Mr Kemp has been appointed to the board as an independent non-executive director and will join on March 1st this year.

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Fraser Irvine Sheriff Officers LLP is delighted to announce the appointment of Joy McLaughlin as a consultant to the firm. Ms McLaughlin was formerly a partner in Scott & Co (Scotland) LLP, the largest firm of sheriff officers and messengers-at-arms and a key player in the local authority collec

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Cruden Group company Hart Builders has appointed Martin Cooper as its new finance director. Mr Cooper is a qualified chartered accountant and held the role of finance director at Galliford Try and Miller Construction. He also previously worked at Arthur Andersen, where he held the role of audit mana

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Following her delivery of the Scottish Budget, Kate Forbes has been appointed as cabinet secretary for finance. Ms Forbes' appointment was announced alongside the other cabinet appointments to the Scottish Government.

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Unity Trust Bank has appointed former RBS head of corporate transactions John Copping as its new regional director for North. Mr Copping has a wealth of experience in the financial services sector having worked at RBS for over 30 years where he was regional head of corporate transactions, overseeing

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The Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) has appointed Jude McCorry as its new chief executive. Ms McCorry will take over from Eamonn Keane, who had taken on the role temporarily to enable the centre to secure the best possible long-term replacement for Mandy Haeburn-Little, who departed

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