There were high scores and spirits once again at the Bill McLaren Foundation Golf Day this year, held on 24 May 2016 at the beautiful Blairgowrie Golf Club in Perthshire. Everyone was grateful for the dry weather, even if it … Continued

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More has been written on the active versus passive debate than probably any other issue facing investors. Every day people are coming up with different theories as to why one is better than the other. In fact, the case for … Continued

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Carbon is looking to appoint a friendly, well-mannered & efficient receptionist/admin assistant, for our Perth Office. Duties to include, meeting and greeting clients, answering phones, booking and managing meeting rooms, organising taxis, couriers etc.  In addition you will be asked … Continued

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Carbon’s Richard Wadsworth recently provided some valuable input for an interesting article entitled, “Cashing in not selling out: what are the choices for exit”, which appeared in the latest edition of Business Insider magazine. The article explores the value for … Continued

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Here, in his latest blog, the Scot reflects on an impressive performance which hoisted him up the rankings – and the challenge any new dad faces in balancing work and family commitments.  “I’m having a couple of weeks on the … Continued

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Last week, the Financial Times reported on some pretty relevant parliamentary debate. Putting the challenge to David Cameron in Prime Minister’s Questions, MP Tom Tugendhat spoke up on investment fees. Hidden charges, he claimed, can “strip a third off the … Continued

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In today’s Press & Journal, Carbon’s investment director, Barry O’Neill, issues some timely advice for anyone feeling nervous about their tax planning in the wake of the Panama Papers and the pressure put on David Cameron to reveal details of … Continued

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