Azets

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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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Ahead of the Spending Review, accountancy and business advisory firm Azets is calling on the Chancellor to take five practical steps that will support business and help deliver growth across the regions. Fraser Campbell, head of UK accounts and business advisory services, at Azets, said: &ldquo

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Fraser Campbell, UK head of accounts and business advisory services with accountancy firm Azets, is warning that the recent decision by the government to cancel the Job Retention Bonus could finally force the closure of many thousands of companies that retained employees emerging out of furloug

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Louise Brittain, restructuring and insolvency partner at accountancy firm Azets, discusses how new personal insolvency legislation is open to fraud. The Debt Respite Scheme gives people who receive professional debt advice access to a 60-day period in which interest, fees and charges are froze

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Murdoch MacLennan, banking partner with accountancy firm Azets, is calling for an urgent extension of the repayment term for all existing and any new Coronavirus Business Interruption Scheme Loans (CBIL) and Bounce Back Loans (BBL) to be extended to the government’s proposed new ten-year maxim

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A prestigious survey of finance directors and chief finance officers working in the SME sector has rated Azets as the best accountancy firm in the UK market. The FD Excellence Survey, which is in its 20th year, undertakes a detailed analysis of FDs satisfaction levels with accountancy firms.

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Accounting, advisory and business services group Azets has appointed Colin Haig as head of restructuring and Matthew Richards as a partner in the restructuring team. Mr Haig has been at the centre of the business restructuring industry for over 40 years, and is the current president of R3, the

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Azets, the accountancy firm that was previously known as Campbell Dallas and Scott Moncrieff in Scotland, has appointed 31 graduate trainees and apprentices across Scotland.  Since 2013, 150 graduate trainees and apprentices have been recruited across Scotland by Azets and the former firms.&nbs

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