Scottish Financial Enterprise

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Young people awaiting their exam results tomorrow have been reminded of the value of their qualifications and the many different career pathways and opportunities ahead in an open letter from Scottish business leaders. Students have faced a number of challenges over the last few years, with covid-19

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Scottish accountancy firms and financial regulatory bodies have responded to Chancellor Rishi Sunak's Spring Statement announced yesterday. The Chancellor cut fuel duty by 5p per litre, which came into force from 6pm last night and will last until March next year. He also announced that the income t

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Scottish Financial Enterprise (SFE) has announced the appointment of Mike Tumilty and Louisa Knox as non-executive board directors. The industry body said the new appointments will bolster its ability to support industry ambitions to lead the journey to net zero and develop the strength of Scotland&

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Exizent, the Glasgow-based technology firm, has appointed Graeme Jones, the former CEO of Scottish Financial Enterprise, as a senior adviser to its board. Mr Jones brings has decades of senior management experience within some of the UK’s leading financial institutions and extensive strategic

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The COP26 summit offers an opportunity for Scotland to put the global spotlight on green finance, writes Sandy Begbie. Over the last decade the financial services sector has faced many challenges. From the reputational damage of the 2008 financial crisis through to adapting to a new post-Brexit trad

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Scottish Financial Enterprise (SFE) has launched its five-year strategy for the financial services sector, establishing a range of proposals to drive collaboration across the industry and with both the Scottish and UK governments. Scotland’s Financial Services Strategy was designed by the indu

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Scottish Financial Enterprise (SFE), the representative body for Scotland’s financial services industry, has launched its first-ever election manifesto, calling for increased collaboration between business and the next Scottish Government to help drive a fair, inclusive and green recovery. The

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