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Administrators Blair Nimmo and Alistair McAlinden from KPMG have confirmed the flagship store of Scottish retailer Watt Brothers will close in mid-December. The fourth-generation family-owned business operated a chain of department stores throughout Scotland, before entering administration on Friday

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KPMG has launched a nationwide search for Scotland’s most innovative, growth-hungry tech pioneers, who could win the chance to pitch their business to a global audience at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The firm’s annual Best British Tech Pioneer competition, now in its sixth ye

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A specialist engineering solutions provider which fell into administration earlier this year has set its sights on achieving a £6 million turnover within the next two years after a £750,000 funding facility was provided by Bibby Financial Services (BFS).

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The Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) - KPMG Scottish Retail Sales Monitor for October 2019 has revealed total sales in Scotland increased by 1.0% compared with October 2018, when they had decreased by 0.2%.

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Blair Nimmo and Alistair McAlinden of KPMG LLP have been appointed as joint administrators of Corporate Road Solutions 24:7 Limited. Based in leasehold premises at Redmill Industrial Estate in Bathgate, the company was incorporated in October 2005 operating as a road haulage contractor and freight f

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Administrators Blair Nimmo and Alistair McAlinden from KPMG are continuing to clear remaining stock and exploring all options for Scottish retailer Watt Brothers. The fourth-generation family-owned business operated a chain of department stores throughout Scotland, before entering administration on

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Following the announcement made by the Living Wage Foundation that the real living wage in the UK and London has increased, Jenny Stewart, head of infrastructure, government and healthcare at KPMG discusses what increasing the real Living Wage means for Scottish workers. Today, the real Living Wage

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Entrepreneurs have joined forces with KPMG to inspire the next generation of Black business leaders in Scotland. As part of Black History Month, the professional services firm has launched a new campaign called "MAKE History", which aims to bring Scotland’s Black Heritage community together to

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It has been reported that KPMG will cut a tenth of its UK partners by Christmas after a review of individual performance. The cuts are said to be part of its measures to overhaul the company.

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The number of Scottish workers earning less than the real Living Wage in Scotland has dropped by 13% in the last year, exceeding the decline seen across the UK as a whole (10%), according to analysis from KPMG. An estimated 380,000 people north of the border currently earn below the threshold of &po

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KPMG UK has promoted 84 people across its five Scottish offices as it prepares for further growth. After announcing its Aberdeen promotions last week, the firm, which employs more than 1,200 people in Scotland, has promoted 51 employees to assistant manager grade, 17 to manager level, while 14 have

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The largest accountancy firms have increased their share of the UK audit market with 100% of FTSE 100 companies now audited by the Big Four, according to new research from the Financial Reporting Council (FRC). Published today, the latest edition of Key Facts and Trends in the Accountancy Profession

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More than £32 million of Venture Capital (VC) was invested into Scottish start-ups in the third quarter of 2019, according to KPMG’s latest Venture Pulse survey. The figures, compiled by Pitchbook, reveal that both deal volume has dipped slightly, from 16 deals in the previous quarter, t

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Department store chain Watt Brothers has gone into administration, with Blair Nimmo and Alistair McAlinden of KPMG LLP appointed as joint administrators. The fourth generation family-owned business, incorporated in 1915, operates a chain of department stores including its freehold flagship store on

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