By Rodney Whyte, Partner and property and planning specialist at legal firm Pinsent Masons
Published 26 October 2018
Jo Douglas, Financial Planner at Brewin Dolphin in Edinburgh, explores whether a generation caricatured as idle are actually facing an entire lifetime of toil
Published 25 October 2018
With third-quarter corporate insolvency statistics to be published this week and likely to show a continued rise in the number of business failures in Scotland, Eileen Blackburn, head of restructuring and debt advisory at French Duncan, looks at what the trend can mean
Published 22 October 2018
Stephen Martin, head of office at Brewin Dolphin Glasgow, warns against investing in technology that's been developed for its own sake.
Published 17 October 2018
Greg McNally, a VAT Partner at Campbell Dallas looks ahead to the implications of new VAT laws set to come into force in 12 months time
Published 11 October 2018
Neil Greene, Senior Consultant – Financial Services, HRC Recruitment
Published 10 October 2018
By David Gourlay, Partner in MacRoberts' IP, Technology and Commercial team
Published 4 October 2018
Published 28 September 2018
Jennifer Craven, lawyer and civil fraud and asset recovery expert at law firm Pinsent Masons, writes on the rise of financial crime in the UK.
Published 14 September 2018
Graham Sharp, Chair of the Accounts Commission says the implications of the current equal pay storm engulfing Glasgow City Council should be viewed within a wider context
Published 29 August 2018
Bruce Swankie, Financial Adviser at Brewin Dolphin Aberdeen warns against hoarding cash
Published 29 August 2018
Well-intentioned financial regulation puts jobs and investment outcomes at risk, says Stephen Webster, chief executive of Thorntons Investments
Published 28 August 2018
Stuart Petrie, senior tax manager at Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP, addresses the looming deadline to disclose overseas assets or income, using beneficial HMRC terms under its Worldwide Disclosure Facility
Published 22 August 2018
Andrew Foyle, a solicitor advocate and litigation partner in the Edinburgh office of Shoosmiths examines a recent decision of the Sheriff Appeal Court in McGleish – v - Tough & Leslie
Published 21 August 2018
Charles Livingstone: Financial services legislation under the EU (Withdrawal) Act – safely onshored?
As negotiations between the EU and the UK continue after the publication of the UK’s White Paper containing proposals for the future UK-EU relationship, the UK government is preparing for Brexit. This includes making the orders required to modify the legal landscape for a post-Brexit future, under the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 (“the Withdrawal Act”). Charles Livingstone discusses what the White Paper proposes for financial services as well as the first batch of proposed orders to be made under the Withdrawal Act.
Published 17 August 2018