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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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KPMG has appointed three new directors to its tax and audit teams within its Scottish practice.  In Edinburgh, Craig Barrowman has been appointed director in the tax and legal team. He’s joined by tax director Ruth Wallace in Glasgow and Michelle Smarsh, who is promoted to audit dire

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Venture Capital (VC) investment in Scottish scale-ups remained robust and resilient in the second quarter of 2020, as the number of deals increased during lockdown despite growing economic and political uncertainty. The latest data from KPMG Private Enterprise’s Global Venture Pulse Survey rev

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Despite a total year-on-year decline in retail sales of 18.6% in June, Scotland's retail sector appears to be on a slow path to recovery, according to the latest KPMG and Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) Scottish Retail Sales monitor. 

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Neil Coutts, head of the cyber and technology risk capability for KPMG in Scotland, discusses some of the long-term cybersecurity challenges facing Scottish businesses as more people look to work from home in the future. Scotland’s lockdown may be easing, but there’s a growing accep

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Blair Nimmo and Alistair McAlinden of KPMG have been appointed joint administrators of Livingston-based WFS Technologies Limited. Immediately following the appointment, the entire business and its assets were immediately sold to GKFF EnNovo.

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Around £75 million has been wiped off the value of The Events Complex Aberdeen (Teca), by KPMG's audit of Aberdeen City Council's books. The Big Four firm has revealed that the exhibition centre, which includes the P&J Live arena, two hotels and an energy centre, is now worth around 80% of

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