Wylie & Bisset



Wylie & Bisset advises SMEs to seek financial advice as support mechanisms wind down

With a recent report warning that independent high street businesses face a wave of closures after their debt climbed to almost five times the level it was before the pandemic, chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset is advising SMEs to seek financial advice as a matter of urgency.

Published 20 July 2021

Wylie & Bisset helps healthcare professionals meet regulatory standards thanks to Radar Healthcare alliance

Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has formed a strategic alliance with Radar Healthcare, which is exclusive to Scotland, to help healthcare professionals meet regulatory standards.

Published 28 June 2021

Wylie & Bisset backs Hospitality UK warning of ‘long Covid for the economy’

Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has backed Hospitality UK’s warning of a ‘long Covid for the economy’ as firms face huge levels of debt as the economy reopens.

Published 21 June 2021

Wylie & Bisset cautions executors against debt myths

Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has cautioned executors against swallowing the myth that when a debtor dies their debt is written off.

Published 18 June 2021

Wylie & Bisset forms strategic alliance with TAG Accountants Community

Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has announced the formation of an "exclusive strategic alliance" with the TAG Accountants Community.

Published 14 June 2021

Wylie & Bisset invests in hospitality sector recovery through Professional Partner Network engagement

Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has engaged umbrella organisation The Professional Partner Network (TPPN) to augment the range of specialist expertise and advice it provides to the hospitality sector.

Published 7 June 2021

Wylie & Bisset promotes Claire Dalrymple to director of corporate services

Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has promoted Claire Dalrymple from senior audit manager to director of corporate services.

Published 25 May 2021

Wylie & Bisset advises holiday accommodation operators to prepare for busy summer

With much of Scotland’s holiday accommodation sector reopening today, chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has advised operators to prepare now for a busy summer.

Published 17 May 2021

Audit wins lead Wylie & Bisset to boost this year’s annual graduate intake

A series of recent tender wins by its external and internal audit teams has prompted chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset to boost this year’s annual graduate intake.

Published 5 May 2021

Wylie & Bisset shortlisted in Managing Partners’ Forum Awards 2021

Wylie & Bisset is the only Scottish headquartered accountancy practice to be shortlisted in the Managing Partners’ Forum Awards 2021.

Published 26 April 2021

Wylie & Bisset clears the air with installation of world’s smartest purification technology

Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has become the first office in Glasgow to protect its staff with the installation of the world’s smartest air purification technology.

Published 21 April 2021

Wylie & Bisset unveils road map to hybrid working model

Noting that the Scottish Government’s road map to recovery means it can re-open its office on Monday 26 April, chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has unveiled its own road map to the adoption of new hybrid working practices.

Published 6 April 2021

Wylie & Bisset wins landmark slots on Department for Education framework

Glasgow-based chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has become the sole independent Scottish accountancy practice to be awarded slots on the prestigious Department for Education framework.

Published 29 March 2021

Wylie & Bisset appoints Craig Allison and Elaine Ramage as senior managers

Wylie & Bisset has appointed Craig Allison and Elaine Ramage as senior managers in the firm's business recovery and insolvency team.

Published 15 March 2021

Scottish business community welcomes 'budget for recovery'

The Scottish business community has largely welcomed Chancellor Rishi Sunak's 'Budget for recovery' which extended the furlough scheme, froze income tax rates for five years and increased corporation tax to 25%.

Published 4 March 2021