Recruiters are placing more people in work as businesses start returning to normal because of lockdown measures easing, a study suggests.
Scotland’s economic recovery in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic over the next two years could outpace the UK average, a forecast from KPMG has suggested.
The UK’s accountancy regulator should be scrapped and replaced with a new body that has legal powers to improve the quality and standards of the auditing profession, the Government has said.
KPMG has sold its restructuring arm in a bid to avoid conflicts of interest in its business, becoming the second Big Four auditor to exit the fluctuating insolvency market in the last month.
Auditing giant KPMG has announced a change to the way its UK business works after its former chairman stepped down following comments to staff to “stop moaning” during the pandemic.
New post-Brexit trading arrangements in Northern Ireland offer lots of opportunities for the region, a senior partner in KPMG has said.
The chairman of KPMG in the UK has resigned after reportedly telling staff they should “stop moaning” about worries over cuts to their benefits during Covid-19, and talked about meeting clients for coffee during the pandemic.
The UK chair of audit giant KPMG has stepped aside amid an investigation into a conference call where he reportedly admitted breaking Covid-19 rules to get coffee with clients and said staff should “stop moaning” over worries around Covid-19.
The number of corporate insolvencies in Scotland fell below 2019 levels last year as Government Covid-19 support measures provided a “lifeline” for businesses, according to new analysis.
Scotland’s retail sector is in “crisis” after recording its worst-ever December on record, according to new figures.
A hospitality chief today said an Aberdeen hotel which went into liquidation with the loss of 34 jobs is "another victim" of Covid-19 trading conditions.
An Aberdeen hotel has gone into liquidation, with 34 jobs lost.
Up to 12,500 jobs could be lost in Scotland’s bars and pubs, with nearly nine in 10 premises reporting a drop in revenue, a survey has found.
More than 50 jobs have been saved after Aberdeen-headquartered Aiken Group was bought out of administration in a pre-pack deal.
A north-east oil service firm has folded before its latest incarnation could get up and running.
Carluccio’s has been given approval for a restructuring programme that could see it close dozens of restaurants, putting 500 jobs in doubt.
Fears that the North-east economy will suffer a huge blow due to a major rail development have been disputed by a UK Government minister.
A footwear shop in Aberdeen is among a raft of closures after part of the chain was bought out of administration.