AI platform reveals Brexit impact on UK financial services

The impact Brexit is having on people working in the UK's financial services industry has been revealed by data collected by Artificial Intelligence platform, Talent Ticker. 

Published 18 April 2019

Burness Paull hails year of growth as partners and staff see pay continue to grow

Scottish law firm Burness Paull has reported profits of £23.8 million on turnover of £57.6 million for the year to July 2018.

Published 18 April 2019

House prices in Scotland down for the first time since 2016

The latest statistics from the UK House Price Index (HPI) show that the average price of a property in Scotland in February 2019 was £145,762 – a decrease of 0.2 per cent on February in the previous year.

Published 18 April 2019

FCA: Complaints against banks drop 5 per cent

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today published figures showing that complaints against financial firms decreased by 5 per cent in the second half of last year, falling from 4.13m to 3.91m.

Published 18 April 2019

Blog: Not all Scottish RSLs are resistant to paying Board members

Mike Bruce, chief executive at Weslo Housing Management suggests an alternative headline for Scottish Financial News, and offers an informative look at the question of board remuneration in the process.

Published 18 April 2019

Council reveals plans for reconfigured TIF scheme in Glasgow

Glasgow City Council has today approved the preparation of a revised business case to reconfigure the Tax Incremental Finance (TIF) scheme for the city centre which the authority says will pave the way for the funding of infrastructure necessary to kick-start new development in the city.

Published 18 April 2019

Aberdeen Standard Investments pledge helps I CAN charity

A charity dedicated to helping children and young people with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) has welcomed funding from the Aberdeen Standard Investments Charitable Foundation.

Published 18 April 2019

And finally... BBQ blaze sees students hit with £23m fine

Two Italian students are facing a joint fine of €27 million (£23m) after they were accused of letting a barbecue start a forest fire.

Published 18 April 2019

Gillian Crandles takes the helm at Turcan Connell

Turcan Connell has announced the appointment of Gillian Crandles as its new managing partner.

Published 17 April 2019

French Duncan warns employers over share scheme reporting penalties

Employers are being warned by accountants and business advisers French Duncan that share scheme reporting is essential to avoid penalties.

Published 17 April 2019