Tods Murray’s Banking and Finance Partner, and leading referendum commentator, Rod MacLeod provides analysis of what today’s historic vote means and the next steps.
As it becomes official that Scotland has voted ‘no’ in the historic referendum on independence, banking and finance expert Rod MacLeod of Tods Murray Solicitors has welcomed the conclusion as providing some certainty to business in Scotland. Continue reading
As published in The Times on Thursday 11th September 2014.
Just like the Queen, the leading law firms north and south of the border are strictly neutral over the Scottish referendum. But as the experts who will be charged with the practical consequences of a possible ‘Yes’ vote they are ideally placed to map out what the future holds if Alex Salmond triumphs next week. Continue reading
With the countdown well and truly on to Scotland’s historic referendum on independence, we continue our analysis of some of the key issues by considering what constitutional change could mean for pensions.
Tods Murray’s Rod MacLeod and Dr Hamish Patrick, leading commentators on the independence issue to date, give their thoughts. Continue reading
The issue of Scottish independence and its impact upon the City of London will be the focus of a major debate attended by over 160 senior finance and legal figures working in the Square Mile this week. Continue reading
Together, Tods Murray and Bidwells discussed ‘The State of The Debate – An Impartial discussion of the arguments affecting Farming, Forestry and Estates’ at this year’s Royal Highland Show in conjunction with The Royal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland. Continue reading
Tods Murray and Bidwells were pleased to host a business breakfast event in conjunction with The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland at the Royal Highland Show on Friday 20 June 2014. Continue reading