Blog: Glasgow Powerhouse: What are the future opportunities and challenges for the Financial Services sector in Glasgow?

Fraser Wilson, partner PwC Scotland, reflects on the journey of the Financial Services sector in Glasgow following PwC's most recent Glasgow Powerhouse debate and shares his views on the opportunities that lie ahead.

Published 17 February 2016

Blog: Early dissolution of companies

The insolvency regime seems to be in a perpetual state of flux, writes Steven Jansch, partner and head of insolvency at Gilson Gray.

Published 16 February 2016

Blog: 'Scottish commercial property market suffering from independence uncertainty'

Alan Gordon is the Principal Commercial Partner for DM Hall Chartered Surveyors.

Published 10 February 2016

Blog - AAM: 'It's not as bad as it looks'


Published 22 January 2016

Blog: Small and micro businesses urged to act to avoid auto-enrolment pitfalls

As a new year begins The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is preparing to process its largest volume of companies in the next stage of auto-enrolment.

Published 18 January 2016

Blog: Difficulties in enforcing heritable securities

Zibya Bashir is an associate at TLT Solicitors based in Glasgow where she focuses on all aspects of employment law and banking litigation.

Published 8 January 2016

Blog: Reasons to be highly selective in 2016

Next year looks to be a challenging year for investors, with different countries and asset classes at such different stages of the investment cycle, according to Edinburgh-based global investment manager Standard Life Investments.

Published 23 December 2015

Blog: Mixed reaction to redundancy consultation

The UK Government response to a call for evidence on collective redundancy consultation in insolvency situations provides little clarity on the way forward, writes David Menzies Director of Insolvency at ICAS.

Published 3 December 2015

Blog: An inverted Robin Hood?

John Cairns is a tax partner at French Duncan Chartered Accountants

Published 27 November 2015

Blog: Power of Attorney – A Power of Good

Tessa Till is a private client partner at Pagan Osborne's Edinburgh office.

Published 19 November 2015

Blog: “Fraud and dishonesty at the highest level of RBS”

In a major development in swaps litigation, an explosive judgement issued on Friday 13th November by a English High Court judge has held that there is “ample support for an inference of fraud and dishonesty at the highest level of RBS”.

Published 17 November 2015

Generation Y’s depleting pension pot and how to save it

Aberdeen accountancy firm Hall Morrice is urging young people not to delay retirement plans.

Published 16 November 2015

Blog: Forestry is an investment where money does grow on trees

Gail Clarke is director of rural land and business, at Blackadders

Published 3 November 2015

Blog: Switching on to greener office policies

Paul McCluskey is head of professional practices at Bank of Scotland

Published 5 October 2015