Scotland’s largest independent accountancy and business advice firm will have a new chief executive at the helm from August.
While the work of many licensed insolvency practitioners tends to focus upon insolvent situations, the provisions of the Insolvency Act 1986 mean that where company assets exceed £25,000, a formal solvent liquidation process is required if shareholders wish to close a company and withdraw the assets, normally cash, while benefitting from the capital gains tax regime.
A top Gordonstoun student has taken the unusual step of rejecting top university offers to taken up an apprenticeship in accountancy.
North-east accountancy firm James Milne has snapped up two smaller rivals.
Accountancy firm Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) notched up 52 deals worth a total of more than £500million during 2017.
A partner in the Aberdeen headquarters of Johnston Carmichael (JC) has been promoted to head up the accountancy firm’s 20-strong corporate finance team.
Accountancy firm Johnston Carmichael has promoted one of the team in its Fraserburgh office, Iain Castles, to the role of company director.
A north-east accountancy firm has taken over another Aberdeen-based practice.