Azets

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A severe shortage of working capital is set to cause a growing number of business failures as companies responding to the recovery become overstretched and insolvent due to a lack of cash, James Fennessey, restructuring partner with Azets in Scotland, has warned. Working capital is the liquidity ava

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Peter Gallanagh, the CEO in Scotland for accountancy firm Azets, has marked the year of the business following a rebrand by paying tribute to staff for their commitment to clients and each other during the last year and for the contribution they have made to the development of the business

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Azets, the accountancy firm specialising in the SME sector, has appointed Andrew Addie as a tax advisory director within the firm’s specialist tax consultancy team. He is returning to the profession after working for a leading Ayrshire care home business. He has more than 35 years’ exper

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Retired accountants are being encouraged back to the profession with a new recruitment drive about to be launched by Azets, the accountancy firm specialising in the SME market. Azets is growing rapidly and recently announced plans to recruit an additional 250 staff during the next five years in Scot

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More than two-thirds of UK SMEs feel positive about the UK's economic outlook – though there is more optimism in London and the south than in Scotland, according to SME accountancy firm Azets. According to a new survey, 87% of UK SMEs expect to be trading in a year whilst a further 68% feel po

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Scotland’s construction sector could see a high risk of business closures with the expiry of temporary measures introduced under CIGA (Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020) and the removal of financial support schemes such as Furlough, both due to end on 30th September, a construction

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The appointments of James Fennessey as a new restructuring partner and restructuring partner Blair Milne to the senior leadership team for Scotland lead a raft of promotions across Azets’ business in Scotland. James Fennessey is a specialist in developing turnaround solutions for companies in

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Accountancy firm Azets has hired Matthew Allan as an associate director based in the audit team within the firm’s fast-growing Aberdeen office. Mr Allan has extensive experience auditing businesses in the O&G, food and drink, construction, manufacturing, retail and family business sectors.

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Accountancy and business advisory firm Azets has appointed Chris Horne as its new CEO. The role includes overall responsibility for Azets and Blick Rothenberg, with over 160 offices across the UK and the Nordics.

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Azets, the regional accountancy and business advisors to SMEs, is to recruit 36 graduates and school leavers as trainees, all of whom are due to start this August. Since 2013, nearly 200 graduate trainees and school leavers have been recruited across Scotland by Azets and its former firms.

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Graham Cunning, head of corporate finance with Azets in Scotland, discusses the marked increase in the popularity of Employee Ownership Trusts (EoTs).  A growing number of business owners have expressed concerns about trade sales, in particular the lack of privacy, the time required f

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Accountancy firm Azets has announced plans to grow the business in Scotland by 50% during the next five years, creating 250 new jobs and taking turnover to more than £60 million. Launched in 2020 following a rebrand of leading independent accountancy firms, Azets has grown rapidly and now empl

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