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Ewen Fleming

Ewen Fleming

London Office Head & Financial Services Partner

7 October 2021

Why businesses must exercise caution over the inevitable post pandemic M&A surge

If there is one thing we know about the boom-and-bust cycle it is that from adversity emerges opportunity. As previous downturns have shown, economic crises are almost always followed by high levels of M&A - and 2021 is shaping up to follow the trend. Ewen Fleming, Partner and Head of Financial Services, explains further.


Andrew Walker

Andrew Walker

Chief Executive

14 January 2021

Johnston Carmichael experts reveal business predictions for 2021

After an eventful start to 2021, which has already seen the completion of Brexit, new lockdown measures and the acceleration of the COVID-19 vaccination programme, experts from Johnston Carmichael have revealed their top business predictions for the remainder of the year.


Andrew Walker

Andrew Walker

Chief Executive

30 September 2019

Johnston Carmichael opens London office

Leading Accountancy and Advisory firm, Johnston Carmichael has opened a London office as part of a strategic expansion of its financial services sector offering. The new location is the first premises the firm has opened outside Scotland since it was established over 80 years ago.


Sandy Manson

Sandy Manson

Chair, Head of Client Service and Partner

24 March 2019

Johnston Carmichael expands financial services expertise with partner hire

Johnston Carmichael has has strengthened its financial services advisory team with the appointment of a key strategic hire.


Sandy Manson

Sandy Manson

Chair, Head of Client Service and Partner

3 January 2018

Top 10 business predictions for 2018

After a snap general election, the beginning of Brexit and Bank of England interest rates rising for the first time in 10 years, the economy saw its share of surprises in 2017.

So, what will 2018 hold for Scottish business? Here’s our top ten predictions for the year ahead: