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Challenger accountant BDO has rivalled The Big Four accountancy companies as it has taken on nine FTSE 250 audit clients this year. BDO's expanded client base comes as 'The Big Four' (Deloitte, PwC, EY and KPMG) increase their fees and cast off risky customers.

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PwC, Royal Bank of Scotland and Morgan Stanley have joined forces to help improve gender diversity in the technology sector in Scotland. The firms have teamed up to launch the Tech She Can Charter in Scotland, which aims to generate a lasting increase in the number of women pursuing technology

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Economic growth in Scotland will remain subdued in 2019 and 2020, but slightly ahead of the UK overall this year, according to PwC’s latest UK Economic Outlook. The report projects growth of 1.3% in Scotland this year, down 0.3 percentage points from July’s projection, but ahead of the 1

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The North Sea has the potential to become a global showcase for the energy transition as a number of low carbon solutions grow in prominence, with partnership models becoming critical for the future of the basin, according to a new report from PwC and OGUK. Turning the Tide – the Transformatio

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PwC has been named among the leading supporters of social enterprises in Scotland after winning the Market Builder award at the Social Enterprise Awards Scotland last night. The awards are the biggest celebration of social enterprise in Scotland, recognising innovation, impact and success in social

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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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PwC has appointed Glasgow-based Drew Stevenson as energy leader and David Lewis as tax partner specialising in energy. Mr Stevenson, who succeeds Alan McCrae, has more than 25 years’ experience of deals and transaction services across a wide range of industries and global territories

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PwC's latest consumer sentiment survey has found that Scots are becoming less worried about the impact of Brexit on their spending, but more believe they will be worse off in 2020 with retail and socialising expected to take the brunt of the cutbacks as operators ramp up their festive plans.

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A new report by PwC has indicated that increased investment means that the number of hotel rooms in Scotland's main cities is in a strong position for future growth. The report released today also revealed that a surge in the number of hotel rooms in Scotland’s main cities has led to a fall in

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Claire Reid, the new leader of PwC in Scotland, has revealed her excitement at the opportunity to make a difference at the company. In an interview for The Herald published today, Ms Reid discusses how her appointment to the role will allow her to make a difference within the firm and has given her

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Business leaders from across Scotland have come together to share their stories and inspire young people as part of National Inclusion Week. On Wednesday, representatives from KPMG, Martin Currie, PwC, Royal London Group, Investment2020 and Aberdeen Standard, spoke to over 100 S4 pupils at St.

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PwC now employs more than 1,000 people in Scotland, helped by a 13.4 per cent increase in graduate recruitment numbers this summer. The jobs boost comes as PwC UK experienced higher than expected growth over its financial year as clients seek help tackling uncertainty, risk and the need to transform

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