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Lyn Calder: Investing in the family business

Lyn Calder, corporate finance partner and head of family businesses at Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), highlights the intricacies of investing in the family business.

Published 23 September 2021

AAB announces six new appointments to its Virtual Finance Function

Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), the tech-enabled business critical services group, has announced six new appointments to its Virtual Finance Function (VFF), following a period of substantial growth.

Published 13 September 2021

AAB invests in future growth with 30 new posts

Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) has strengthened its plans for future growth by expanding the management team with 30 new posts in the last 12 months.

Published 30 June 2021

AAB promotes Natalie Boyle to audit director in Glasgow office

Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) has announced the promotion of Natalie Boyle to audit director within its Glasgow office.

Published 21 June 2021

AAB and Hardie Caldwell announce merger

Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), the tech-enabled business critical services group, and Glasgow-based accountants, Hardie Caldwell, have merged to accelerate AAB’s plans of becoming a leading Scottish regional player across the country’s three biggest cities, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.

Published 1 June 2021

AAB: Tax planning matters for property landlords post-pandemic

The last year has seen many changes across every aspect of everyone’s lives and property landlords are no exception. With an ever-changing landscape of legislation, this area of the property sector has had a lot to consider and with which to comply.

Published 20 May 2021

AAB experiences 50% increase in demand for tax investigation support since start of 2021

Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) has reported an increase in new enquiries for support with HMRC investigations and disclosures, for both companies and individuals residing in the UK since the start of the year.

Published 10 May 2021

AAB Corporate Finance reports a busy and eventful start to the year

Anderson Anderson & Brown Corporate Finance (AABcf) has reported a busy and eventful start to the year as it published its quarterly Deals+ update for Q1 2021, highlighting selected M&A and fundraising transactions across Scotland. 

Published 7 May 2021

Lyn Calder: Succession planning for family businesses

Lyn Calder, managing partner, Edinburgh and head of family business at Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), discusses the importance of succession planning for family businesses. 

Published 30 April 2021

HIE awards framework agreement to AAB for specialist advice for businesses

Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has awarded a new framework agreement to business advisory firm Anderson Anderson Brown (AAB) for the procurement of specialist advice to support its clients.

Published 24 March 2021

AAB named top Scottish M&A financial advisers for 2020

Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), the tech-enabled critical business services group, has been named top financial advisers in Scotland in Experian’s 2020 United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland M&A Review.

Published 1 February 2021

Stuart Law: Payroll technology in the digital age

Stuart Law, payroll director at Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), discusses the importance of payroll technology in a business.

Published 28 January 2021

Increasing number of wealthy families make claims for inheritance tax repayments

An increasing number of wealthy families in the UK are making more claims for inheritance tax repayments under a little-known rule that allows refunds on share and property losses.

Published 15 January 2021

AAB appoints Stuart Law as payroll director

Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB) has appointed Stuart Law as its new director of payroll and taxes.

Published 8 September 2020

AAB charitable trust maintains commitment to support Scottish charities in time of need

The Anderson Anderson & Brown Charitable Initiative (AABi), run by chartered accountants and business advisors Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB), has pledged over £5,600 to six charities across Scotland during the coronavirus pandemic.

Published 28 August 2020