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Fraser Campbell: Mind games

Over the last few days there has been a roller coaster of COVID-19 news headlines:

Published 3 July 2020

Campbell Dallas appointed administrators of Neil McGougan Limited

Derek Forsyth and Blair Milne, partners with Campbell Dallas, have been appointed joint administrators of the largest construction business in Oban, Neil McGougan Limited.

Published 11 May 2020

Fraser Campbell: Counting down the days

I just heard an economist say we are emerging into a more indebted, less global and more digital world. What does it mean for private and family businesses as we plan for a reopening of the economy?

Published 7 May 2020

Scottish insolvency teams brace for aftermath of corona crisis

Insolvency practitioners across Scotland are preparing for an upsurge of insolvencies stemming from the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic which is likely to accelerate the demise of companies that were struggling in any event.

Published 4 May 2020

CBILS cash ready and waiting, says Scottish sports retail entrepreneur

David Provan, managing director of Hillington-based Provan Sports, which trades as Pitch Teamwear is urging Scottish businesses needing financial support to apply for the government-backed Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).

Published 4 May 2020

Alan Taylor: Significant tax changes for rural businesses

Alan Taylor, partner at Campbell Dallas, explores the significant tax changes which have been introduced recently or one which are on the horizon that could impact farming and other rural businesses. 

Published 16 March 2020

Craig Coyle: Budget must stimulate overseas trade

Craig Coyle, a corporate tax partner at Campbell Dallas, has emphasised that the British economy needs a budget that will support and encourage global trade.

Published 3 March 2020

Fraser Campbell: Rest of the world wants to do business with Scotland

In light of Brexit, Fraser Campbell, head of family business and international advisory partner at Campbell Dallas, details how the rest of the world wants to do business with Scotland.

Published 3 February 2020

'The world wants to do business with Scotland', Campbell Dallas international trade event told

International business opportunities have never been more exciting or potentially more rewarding for Scottish businesses and the business community should explore the huge potential on offer, delegates to a Campbell Dallas international business event were told yesterday.

Published 14 January 2020

Quartet of new partners for Campbell Dallas

The success of Campbell Dallas’ pioneering apprentice and graduate trainee development programme has resulted in four long-serving staff being promoted to the partnership in the New Year.

Published 16 December 2019

Campbell Dallas: Latest IR35 changes will trigger soaring employment costs for businesses

The new IR35 ‘Off-payroll working rules’ rules due to come into force next year could cause a major increase in employee costs and trigger major cash flow problems for larger companies that routinely use contractors, Campbell Dallas has warned.

Published 26 November 2019

BRS Consulting launches new credit management service

Scottish turnaround specialist BRS Consulting has launched a new credit management service to help SMEs cut numbers of overdue debtors, improve cash flow and reduce their risk of bad debts.

Published 11 November 2019

Perthshire ventilation firm falls victim to Carillion and McGill Electrical insolvencies

A specialist manufacturer and installer of ventilation systems based in Coupar Angus has gone into liquidation with the loss of more than 80 jobs.

Published 31 October 2019

New talent programme at Campbell Dallas drives growth at Perth Office

An apprentice and graduate trainee recruitment programme along with a strategy of developing internal talent have helped drive the expansion of the Perth office of fast-growing accountancy firm Campbell Dallas.

Published 9 October 2019