Johnston Carmichael

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Johnston Carmichael has appointed three new office heads to lead its teams in Aberdeen, Inverness and Forfar. As part of the firm’s long term succession plan, audit partner David Wilson will lead the Aberdeen office, business advisory partner Rosalind Catto heads up the firm’s Inverness

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Eight young chartered accountants from accountancy and business advisory firm Johnston Carmichael have been recognised by ICAS as top performers in the industry. The ICAS Top 100 Young CAs list showcases chartered accountants under the age of 35 who are leading the way in the accounting, business an

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Matt Henderson, restructuring partner at Johnston Carmichael, reflects on the speculation of imminent corporate failures in the UK stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.  There’s been a lot of concern expressed that an imminent rise in corporate failures is on the cards as soon as s

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Scotland’s local food economy is enjoying an unprecedented boost as consumers seek alternatives to the supermarkets, focusing on home delivery and convenience retail amid wellbeing concerns, according to a senior food and drink expert from Johnston Carmichael. Adam Hardie, partner and head of

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The COVID-19 pandemic has temporarily brought a halt to the Edinburgh Tax Network’s regular in-person lunchtime seminars. However, with the support of Terra Firma Chambers and the Chartered Institute of Taxation, the talks will continue and be presented using a virtual format. The first webina

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Donald McNaught and Matt Henderson of Johnston Carmichael have been appointed joint nominees for a proposed company voluntary arrangement (CVA) on behalf of three companies in the David Urquhart Group; David Urquhart (Travel) Limited, David Urquhart Transport Limited and Hart Hotels Limited. Three C

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Insolvency practitioners across Scotland are preparing for an upsurge of insolvencies stemming from the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic which is likely to accelerate the demise of companies that were struggling in any event. And they are warning that cash will be king in the coming reces

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Jonathan Young, a member of Johnston Carmichael's financial planner support team, discusses why investors shouldn't run from negative returns during the coronavirus outbreak.  Whilst the impact of the coronavirus crisis (COVID-19) is still being measured around the world, and in some ways is im

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