By Toby Withall, Office Agency Partner, Knight Frank Edinburgh
Published 14 February 2017
By David Menzies, ICAS Director of Insolvency
Published 10 February 2017
By Douglas Forbes a tax manager at Campbell Dallas LLP
Published 9 February 2017
Scotland has an estimated 350,000 SMEs – most of which have or will face challenges with their growth and expansion. While common issues include retaining and attracting talent, managing cash flow and developing products, getting access to finance can typically be the most prevalent impediment to growth.
Published 3 February 2017
By Bruce Stephen, head of banking & finance at Scottish corporate and commercial law firm Brodies LLP.
Published 23 January 2017
Scottish consumers are not getting a fair deal. Their homes are being placed at risk because they are being denied solutions that are enshrined in legislation. Alan McIntosh, project manager of Govan Law Centre’s Personal Insolvency Unit, explains why.
Published 20 January 2017
Steven Todd from Tayside-based EQ Chartered Accountants discusses the impact of uncertainty within the construction sector.
Published 18 January 2017
Johnston Carmichael’s IT audit manager, Andrew Davidson, explains why password security is important
Published 13 January 2017
By Angela Haig, a partner in EQ Accountants' Forfar office
Published 10 January 2017
Liina Tulk, Senior Solicitor in MBM Commercial's Dispute Resolution team, considers circumstances where a banking dispute can turn into a professional negligence claim against previous lawyers.
Published 5 January 2017
David Watt, Executive Director of the Institute of Directors in Scotland takes a look at the year ahead.
Published 4 January 2017
The Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) has published a checklist of 3 key priorities that will underpin the success of the accountancy profession in 2017.
Published 22 December 2016
Investment firm Brooks Macdonald’s head of research Richard Larner outlines the firm’s predictions for 2017.
Published 21 December 2016
Making a success of a pop-up store involves more than good location and footfall: retailers and landlords should also avoid some legal pitfalls, writes Stacy Campbell, Director in Lindsays’ Commercial Property team.
Published 14 December 2016