Haig Bathgate comments on Chinese equities

Haig Bathgate, Chief Investment Officer, discusses Chinese equities with Citywire's James Phillipps.'We're continuing to avoid playing the contrarian view on China for the time being,' said Haig Bathgate, chief investment...

Haig Bathgate and Tom Duguid discuss the investment potential of art

Haig Bathgate, Chief Investment Officer, and Tom Duguid, Partner, discuss the investment potential of art in The Times' Edinburgh International Festival supplement. Haig comments on the increasing level of interest...

STEP membership for Trainee Solicitor 

We are pleased to announce that David Welsh, Trainee Solicitor, has recently been granted full STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) membership. He is one of 14 STEP qualified...

Agricultural Tenancies: Salvesen v Riddell

Lewis Kermack, Senior Associate here at Turcan Connell, discusses the decision that the Scottish Government acted illegally in introducing legislation relating to agricultural tenancies in 2003 with Scottish Property News....

Haig Bathgate: If we’re going to do passive, let’s do it smart

Haig Bathgate, chief investment officer, talks about boosting income using smart structures and playing the dividend market. In a questions and answer style interview, Haig comments initially on: How Turcan...

UK-wide definition of charity rejected by Lord Hodgson

It was announced yesterday in Lord Hodgson's review of the English and Welsh Charities Act 2006, Trusted and Independent: Giving charity back to charities, published on 16th July, that a...

Gavin McEwan on Trustee Boards – Why do they matter?

Gavin McEwan blogs for Art in Healthcare on the subject of trustee boards, why they matter and the importance for a charity in having a strong board involved. The composition...

Haig Bathgate comments in the Scotsman on Investing in Banks

Our chief investment officer, Haig Bathgate commented on the current issue of whether private investors should hold money in the banking sector after its biggest names once again made headlines...

Gillian Crandles comments on UK Supreme Court cohabitation ruling

In an article in today's Herald, Gillian Crandles comments on the UK Supreme Court's landmark ruling that cohabiting couples should be able to make financial claims on the basis of...

Scotland first in the UK to rule on cohabitation

Gow v Grant: Failed relationships and financial liability The UK Supreme Court has this morning issued a ruling in the case of Gow v Grant, which clarifies in what circumstances...

Turcan Connell shortlisted for STEP Private Client Awards

Turcan Connell has been shortlisted for two prestigious STEP Private Client Awards. STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners) recognises excellence among private client solicitors, accountants, bankers, trust managers, financial...