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Accountancy and business advisory firm BDO is set to recruit a number of new trainees in Scotland next year. Applications are now open for 25 new roles which will be based across the firm’s Glasgow and Edinburgh offices and split across three key programmes: graduate, apprenticeship and summer

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Accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP has strengthened its business restructuring team with the appointment of director Kevin Lamb in its Edinburgh office. Mr Lamb joins from RSM after five years in its restructuring team.

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HMRC has cut a further £5 million from its claim against the company which owned Rangers Football Club, according to the latest report from BDO. The dispute between HMRC and Rangers FC concerns the manner in which some players were paid by the club from 2001 to 2009 and the lack of tax being p

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Challenger accountant BDO has rivalled The Big Four accountancy companies as it has taken on nine FTSE 250 audit clients this year. BDO's expanded client base comes as 'The Big Four' (Deloitte, PwC, EY and KPMG) increase their fees and cast off risky customers.

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BDO LLP has expanded its teams in Edinburgh and Glasgow by taking on 13 new trainees. The new intake, made up of graduates and apprentices, will work across tax, audit, and the business services, bringing total headcount of both offices to over 160. Eight of the new hires will be based in the firm&r

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Negotiations are underway between BDO and Rangers FC Group to resolve an £18 million claim on the collapsed RFC 2012 plc, The Herald reports. Liquidators BDO are trying to prevent the matter returning to court by holding discussions with representatives of Rangers FC Group, who argue that they

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Martin Gill UK manufacturing confidence has reached a 20-month high in defiance of the Brexit and Trump effect, according to the latest Business Trends Report by accountants and business advisers BDO LLP.

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Business confidence in Scotland fell among the backdrop of uncertainty in the Greek and Chinese markets, according to accountants and business advisers BDO LLP. BDO's monthly Optimism Index has dropped to its lowest level - 103.9 - since November 2014, reflecting concerns that the crisis in Greece a

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Shares in Scottish companies listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) rose by 1.01 per cent in the first quarter of 2015, according to analysis by accountants BDO.

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