Union campaign

Trio added to SBUK advisory council

Anti-independence business group Scottish Business UK (SBUK) has added Kenneth MacKenzie (pictured), Pamela Nash and Bill Toner to its advisory council. They join its campaign to keep Scotland in the UK. 

Mr MacKenzie is founder and chief executive of Target Fund Managers, a Stirling-based business focused on senior living, with clients and stakeholders primarily located in England.

Ms Nash is chief executive of Scotland in Union, the campaign for Scotland to remain in the UK formed in 2017, which now boasts more than 32,000 registered supporters. She served as the Labour MP for Airdrie and Shotts from 2010-2015.  

Mr Toner is chief executive of Royal Warrant-holding, national catering company, CH&CO.

SBUK founder and chairman Robert D. Kilgour said: “Their input comes at a vital time for businesses in Scotland worried the ongoing campaign to partition the Union will only block recovery in the face of Covid-19 when we badly need all parts of the UK to be working together.” 

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