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Catherine Burnet, KPMG’s regional chair for Scotland, looks back at the challenges Scotland’s faced in the last year, and what lies ahead. In January 2020, none of us could have anticipated the overwhelming scale of economic and societal challenge that COVID-19 would create – it go

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UK ministers have distributed contracts of up to £288 million to consultants at Big Four accountancy firms KPMG and EY to train thousands of civil servants over the next four years. Both firms will design and deliver courses in everything from project management and leadership to training on M

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KPMG has set its sights on further growth in Aberdeen following the senior appointment of Carole Innes. Ms Innes will head up the firm’s Business Development strategy, with a particular focus on the energy sector and privately-owned companies serviced by KPMG’s growing Private Enterprise

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A former global CEO of accountancy giant KPMG has been appointed as chair of a new strategic board by the new Centre for Business, Climate Change and Sustainability (B-CCaS) at the University of Edinburgh. Mike Wareing CMG is an honorary professor at Edinburgh Business School, as well as former glob

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Scottish retailers will have to be innovative to survive this winter due to the double impact of Brexit and Covid-19, KPMG has warned. The Big Four accounting firm said its latest retail figures showed sales took a step back in October in a "miniature repeat" of the spring lockdown, with sales of fo

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