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KPMG UK has appointed a new partner, three associate partners and four directors in Scotland as it prepares for further growth. The firm, which employs more than 1,200 people in Scotland, has promoted a total of 77 people across its offices in Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh, including Alistair McAl

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A free event dedicated to Scottish family businesses, hosted by Royal Bank of Scotland, has kicked off this week, exploring how a strong and resilient business can be built in the current climate. With a mix of live panel discussions, interactive breakout sessions and a variety of supporting thought

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KPMG is offloading its investor consultancy business Makinson Cowell to investment bank Lazard as the Big Four firm seeks to cull potential conflicts of interest between its auditing division and consulting work. Makinson Cowell is to move to Lazard at the start of December.

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Audit fees at the Big Four accountancy firms Deloitte, PwC, EY and KPMG increased by 6.9% last year as they increased their charges to account for tougher regulations introduced by the regulator.  The Financial Reporting Council’s (FRC) 2020 Key Facts and Trends in the Accountan

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Scottish retail is showing no return to growth as recovery stalls and sales continue to show a similar level of decline as that seen in July, according to latest figures. A report by the Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) and KPMG LLP has shown that total sales in August this year decreased by 7.

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The accountancy failures surrounding the collapse of Carillion are costing other firms with government contracts millions of pounds in annual audit fees.

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Scotland's economic growth is expected to contract by 9.1% in 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the global economy, according to KPMG UK's latest quarterly Economic Outlook.  The firm’s latest analysis further downgrades forecasts for Scotland’s economic prospects

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KPMG’s 'best and brightest' are celebrating after 14 team members from the firm’s offices across the world were recognised in this year’s ICAS Top 100 Young Chartered Accountants (CAs) competition. The CA's which made this year’s list include colleagues based in the Glasgow,

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Big Four accountancy firm KPMG is expected to garner £16 million in fees for its handling of the administration of property empire Intu the former owner of the Braehead complex near Glasgow.

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