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New legislation coming into force from 30th April for prepack administrations is set to impose a new 8-week window in which the assets of an insolvent business cannot be sold to a connected party without the consent of creditors, or a report from an independent evaluator recommending that the prepac

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Businesses looking to reopen and capitalise on a potential £50 billion boom in consumer spending could face a major new insolvency risk – a lack of working capital, according to accounting, tax and business advisory firm Azets.  The warning follows comments earlier th

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Specialist UK asset finance provider Propel and accounting, tax and business advisory firm Azets have formed a partnership that will give thousands more SMEs access to fast and flexible asset finance for investment in plant and equipment. Propel has a 25-year track record in supporting over 40,

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Azets, the accountancy firm that specialises in the SME market, has taken on a ten-year lease on new offices in the heart of Aberdeen’s professional services district, effective from today. The new open-plan offices at 37 Albyn Place extend to 4500 sq ft and will feature the latest information

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Accountancy firm Azets has promoted four Scottish partners, Chris Horne, Peter Gallanagh, Greig McKnight and Bernadette Higgins into senior management roles across the international and UK business. Chris Horne has been appointed deputy chief executive officer and will support chief executive office

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A year on year fall of 54% in the number of personal insolvencies in Scotland (bankruptcies and protected deeds) due to the introduction of emergency legislation in April 2020 is to be welcomed but is likely to be short-lived, Blair Milne, a restructuring and insolvency expert with Azets has warned.

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Aileen Scott, head of tax in Scotland with Azets, discusses why the forthcoming Budget must further relax business taxes and minimise the growing risk of closures and redundancies across the SME community. Businesses are being starved of cash and the Chancellor must use tax relief to help businesses

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Azets is celebrating the start of National Apprenticeship Week by announcing that the business has recruited 443 apprentices during the current financial year. Across the UK, Azets has over 900 students and trainees studying professional qualifications, of which 443 are following the apprenticeship

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Murdoch MacLennan, banking partner in Scotland with accountancy firm Azets, has warned that 'Bad Bank’ – the term coined for the specialist units within banks where businesses showing signs of financial distress are transferred – is likely to make a return to the UK’s busines

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Martin Keenan, a cross-border VAT specialist with Azets in Scotland, has warned that the recent description of the problems faced by Scottish Seafood businesses trying to deliver their products to EU customers as “Teething problems” significantly understates the complex and challenging i

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Murdoch MacLennan, a partner with Azets and a specialist in banking, is urging lenders to continue supporting businesses struggling with cash flow problems by extending for a further six-month term capital repayment holidays for debt that was arranged pre-COVID. Last March lenders moved swiftly to s

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Fraser Campbell, head of family business with Azets, has suggested that Scotland’s businesses wanting to thank their staff in the traditional manner at Christmas should back their local hospitality enterprises by taking advantage of HMRC’s tax-free annual exemption of up to £200 fo

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Accountancy firm Azets has been ranked first for expertise and quality of service in the Charity Finance Audit Survey 2020, with 96% of respondents rating Azets as ‘good’ – respondents were given a rating choice of good, average or poor. Azets performed strongly in all aspects of t

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Murdoch MacLennan, head of brewing and distilling with Azets, toasts the enduring success of Scotland’s Whisky industry. I am of course biased, however, despite the gloom of the T, B and the C words (Tariffs, Brexit and COVID), Scotland’s buoyant spirits sector has continued to attract s

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