Blogs



Blog: What might Brexit mean for procurement?

Roger Cotton, a partner at Brodies, writes about the effect Brexit might have on the way the spending of public money is regulated. 

Published 7 July 2016

Blog: 10 Things you should know about the new corporate offence of failure to prevent tax evasion

Ronnie Brown is a partner at Burness Paull

Published 5 July 2016

Blog: Healthy increases in rents make Glasgow an attractive proposition for buy-to-let investors

Neil Livingstone is a director at Douglas Dickson Property Management Limited.

Published 21 June 2016

Blog: SMEs must stand up to late payments this summer

Colin Walls is head of trade and working capital at Bank of Scotland

Published 7 June 2016

More jobs pain on the way at RBS

Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to announce more job cuts with around 450 posts going in its services and support divisions as it refocuses its UK operations, the Financial Times has reported.

Published 30 May 2016

Blog: The Enterprise Act 2016

Published 27 May 2016

Blog: Head Over Heels

Kerry Norval is a senior solicitor at Burness Paull's Edinburgh office

Published 24 May 2016

Blog: PSC rules have slipped under many radars

Dave Roberts is business support director at Chiene + Tait

Published 11 May 2016

Blog: A Partnership of Equals? The Government’s new anti-money laundering action plan

Ray Gribben is a partner in Burness Paull's health & safety team

Published 10 May 2016

Blog: Capital Allowances Conundrum

Edward Isaacs is a consultant in Morton Fraser's commercial real estate team, based in Glasgow.

Published 29 April 2016

Blog: Pull a sickie at your peril

Published 19 April 2016

Blog: Are the recession alarm bells ringing?

Standard Life Investments, the global asset management arm of Edinburgh-based insurance giant Standard Life, assesses whether the global economy is on course for recession and analyses the current stage of the business cycle.

Published 14 April 2016