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KPMG has appointed Chris Smith as its new private client tax director in Scotland. Mr Smith will lead a team of dedicated personal tax advisers, focusing on private wealth and shareholder tax advice – helping clients to grow and protect their wealth in turbulent times.

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The board of KPMG UK has nominated Jon Holt, the firm's current UK Audit, as its nominee for the role of chief executive. The decision follows an extensive nominations process that included interviews with potential candidates, a rigorous, independent assessment and undertaking partner views through

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Scotland’s economy could completely regain lost ground within the next two years and outpace the UK-wide average, according to the latest economic forecasting from KPMG. KPMG estimated the country’s economy took a 9.6% hit in 2020, broadly in-line with forecasts, as the pandemic impacted

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The Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) is engaging in talks with KPMG over a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) due to an expected shortage of cash to cover its pension commitments. The business group has written to its members warning them of imminent correspondence from Howard S

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KPMG has confirmed that it has signed an unconditional agreement to sell its market-leading UK Restructuring practice to Interpath Advisory, a newly-formed company which is backed by H.I.G. Europe, the European affiliate of H.I.G. Capital, LLC. KPMG listed the division for sale last year because of

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The Scottish business community has largely welcomed Chancellor Rishi Sunak's 'Budget for recovery' which extended the furlough scheme, froze income tax rates for five years and increased corporation tax to 25%. The Chancellor announced that the increase in corporation tax would not take effect

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Vishal Chopra, KPMG’s head of tax in Scotland, has predicted the outcomes of the upcoming UK Budget. Mr Chopra said as well as addressing current levels of unemployment, GDP, and the budget deficit, the Chancellor is likely to have one eye on the levelling up agenda, ensuring that the City of

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KPMG has revamped its governance structure after losing its chairman and senior partner Bill Michael after it was alleged that he made controversial comments during a video conference earlier this month.  The Big Four firm announced it will split the roles of UK chairman and chief executive tha

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KPMG is close to selling its restructuring arm to private equity firm HIG Europe as part of a deal that could see a former head of Deloitte run the newly separated business. HIG Europe is in exclusive talks to buy the Big Four firm's restructuring operation for about £400 million.

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Scottish retail sales slumped further in January towards the depths last seen during the previous nationwide lockdown in spring last year, according to the latest Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) and KPMG Scottish Retail Sales Monitor. Total sales in Scotland decreased by 27.9% compared with January

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Scotland’s scale-up – or fast-growth - businesses finished 2020 on a buoyant, optimistic note, with almost £100 million in Venture Capital (VC) investment, according to the latest figures from KPMG. Despite COVID related restrictions hitting the economy hard, the latest KPMG Ventur

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