The food and drink industry in Scotland has long been recognised as one of the country’s most precious jewels, and despite severe disruptions such as the financial crisis, and the current economic and political uncertainty, it continues to go from strength to strength.
Business owners say the pressures of work are putting an increasing strain on personal and family relationships.
It’s no secret that high street occupiers have not had their troubles to seek over the last few years, resulting in both shops and leisure operators closing, and in some cases being replaced by units in shopping malls and retails parks. It’s also reasonable to conclude that the increase in online operations, both from established […]
North East lawyer Iain Considine is stepping down as a senior partner at law firm Aberdein Considine and will be succeeded in the Stonehaven office by his daughter. Having founded the firm with Harvey Aberdein in 1981 he will step back from his position as the partner in charge of the firm’s Stonehaven branch in […]
The last six months has seen an increase in the number of M&A transactions in the Scottish financial services market, with developed and mature Independent Financial Adviser (IFA) firms and businesses taking the opportunity to consider their succession plans, and ultimately exit. Certain deals have involved two or three principal financial services firms who employ […]