Since March 2020 there has, by necessity, been a shift towards adapting much of our lives to become virtual – work, social gatherings, corporate events, the list goes on.
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Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) Wealth has announced the appointment of chartered financial planners Vikki Venerus, Andrew Dines and Ian Campbell as directors and shareholders.
The double whammy of the Covid-19 pandemic and the effects of the Opec+ price war is presenting what is rapidly becoming the upstream oil and gas sector’s biggest challenge to date.
Norway and Denmark continued to be attractive work locations for UK companies in 2019. Many of those companies are specialists in the traditional sectors of oil and gas but there has been an upsurge in other sectors such as renewables, aquaculture and agriculture.
Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) Wealth has appointed financial services industry heavyweight Benny Higgins as its first non-executive chairman.
M&A activity in the North Sea has picked up again after a slow down in the wake of the oil price crash. Private equity has penetrated the market and provided the catalyst for multiple deals to be done.
Accountant and business advisor Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) has been recognised for its deal-making prowess in the first half of 2019.
The first two corporate hospitality boxes at the new £333 million Teca (The Event Complex Aberdeen) venue have gone to two of the Granite City’s largest professional services firms.
Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) said yesterday it had promoted one of its team to senior partner level to help drive growth
Accountant and business adviser Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) has notched up a fifth consecutive year of 50 or more merger and acquisition deals.
We’ve all done it – sat in conferences, listening to inspiring keynotes, making notes about things you know will change how you work, how happy and motivated your workforce will be, how much money you’ll make.
At AAB we are experienced in advising management teams, corporate clients and private shareholders on how to raise appropriate funding aligned to their business needs, whether it be for organic or acquisitive growth, working capital purposes, or an equity investment to unlock the value held by existing shareholders.
A relatively high and much more stable oil price has generated a lot of renewed investor interest in the North Sea upstream E&P sector over the past 12 months or so.
Aberdeen-based organiser Granite PR said today that only a “few tickets remain” for its Aberdeen-Norway Gateway event this month.
When you’re spending a lot of money, let’s say, a new kitchen, how much time do you spend agreeing the specification and the price? A lot, and you probably spend a lot of time making sure that the work has been done properly and that you have been charged the right amount. You care…it’s your money!
Nobody can claim to be an expert on Brexit, after all nobody knows exactly what will happen and when it will happen. In the business world this leaves companies with two options:
Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Norway, Sarah Gillett, will be among the speakers at Granite PR’s fourth annual Aberdeen-Norway Gateway next week.
UK companies have worked in Norway for years due to its geographical proximity and links with the oil and gas industry.
Anderson Anderson & Brown has reported “significant” growth within its global mobility arm following a clutch of new contract wins which are together worth in excess of £1million a year.
The UK oil and gas market continues to be stagnant and UK companies are increasingly looking overseas for work opportunities and tendering for potentially lucrative contracts.
An Aberdeen businessman who was recently made bankrupt said yesterday he is complying fully after administrators commenced legal action to recover a director’s loan from him.
At this stage, we cannot predict with any certainty the full tax impact arising from the UK’s exit from the EU.
In this ever evolving and challenging global oil and gas market, many SMEs involved in the oil and gas supply chain is having to think wider than their home market if they are to survive.