Wednesday, February 14th, 2018
Two partners for law firm
Addleshaw Goddard has boosted its financial regulation service, adding two partners to make its six-strong team one of the largest in the UK. Lorna Finlayson (pictured) will be based in Edinburgh after switching from Burness Paull where she has been head of the financial services regulatory practice. Consumer finance specialist Clare Hughes will be joining the firm in London from Eversheds. Ms Finlayson brings more than 25 years’ experience of advising a diverse portfolio of businesses on all aspects of product and process compliance, as well as related commercial contracts. Prior to joining BurnessRead More
Housing boss sets up trust
Persimmon chief executive Jeff Fairburn has bowed to pressure over his entitlement to millions of pounds in bonuses and said he will set up a charitable trust.
Norman salutes return of the King
Two appointed in senior roles
Full Circle Global, an Edinburgh firm which provides coaching services and training to individuals and businesses across a number of sectors, has today announced its first overseas expansion. As well as appointing staff and opening offices in Germany and United Arab Emirates to serve its customer base across Europe, two senior business development officers have been recruited to open and lead offices in Frankfurt and Dubai. Sanja Stevic (above left), senior coach and trainer, will be based in Frankfurt. She has more than 16 years of international experience, working withRead More
New base in Kawasaki
Medical research company TC BioPharm is opening an office in Japan to continue expansion of its Asian operations.
Funds needed for Aberdeen by-pass
Construction group Galliford Try is being forced to raise £150 million to help complete the Aberdeen by-pass following the collapse of Carillion.
New milestone for oil firm
Plexus Holdings has secured a £1.4m deal with its Russian partner
Fund helps city's growth plan
Stirling Council is joining city-based syndicate ESM Investments to showcase a new fund that aims to turn the area into Scotland’s next technology hub.