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22 08 2018

Potential Brexit implications for Scotland’s food and drink industry

Senior food and drink personnel issue a warning that Scotland’s growing food and drink industry will suffer if access to skilled labour is adversely impacted by Brexit.

19 03 2018

PKF Francis Clark Lead Adviser on Successful Disposal of N.I. Wind Farm

PKF Francis Clark’s corporate finance team is delighted to announce that it has successfully advised ERG Power Generation SpA (“ERG”) and TCI Renewables Limited (“TCI”) on the disposal of 100% of their interest in Brockaghboy Wind Farm (“BWF”) to Greencoat UK Wind PLC (“Greencoat”).

09 01 2018

2017 Food and Drink Report

Last year Lloyds Bank published their fourth annual survey of the food and drink sector in England and Wales.

09 01 2018

High Street Retailers Have a Happy Festive Season

During the 2017 Christmas period British consumers put any Brexit uncertainty aside and increased their spending by 1.3 per cent...

18 08 2017

PKF FBK-Bel expands​ on construction audit and delivering engineering services in construction sector

We are pleased to inform you that FBK-Consult LLC company (subsidiary of FBK-Bel LLC, a member firm of the PKF International Limited family of legally independent firms) has received the Certificate of Compliance for providing engineering services bound to construction of “first-grade objects”.

24 07 2017

Deal synergies – M&A opportunities for retailers

Gabe Lengua of PKF O'Connor Davies explains the risks around deal synergies and how retailers can maximize the benefit from acquisitions

24 07 2017

Adding business value by understanding the value of a customer

Justin Gane of 1Digit, explains the benefits for retailers of understanding more about their customers and target markets

24 07 2017

Dubai’s Retail Philosophy: “Build what they want and they will come”

As the market expands in terms of population, tourist numbers, and airport arrivals – Dubai still sticks to its philosophy of “Build it and they shall come”. However, now the government and its subsidiaries are focused on strategy and planning before committing themselves to another “superlative” development. Thus, their newly tweaked philosophy is “Build what they want and they will come”.

24 07 2017

Overcoming the Challenges of PCI-DSS compliance

PKF Malaysia’s Stevie Heong reflects on the challenges of a recent PCI-DSS project and the key learning points for retailers to ensure an effective implementation

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