Scottish Parliament - Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee

Tuesday 30 January, 2018 Written by 
Scottish Parliament - Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee

Scottish Parliament Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee

January 30, 2018 09:30

Duration: 2 hours 10 minutes 53 seconds

1. Decision on taking business in private: The Committee will decide whether to take items 5, 6 and 7 in private.2. Subordinate legislation: The Committee will take evidence on the Registers of Scotland (Digital Registration etc.) Regulations 2018 [draft] from—
Keith Brown, Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Jobs and Fair Work, Scottish Government;


Stephanie Brown, Head of Business Development, and Chris Kerr, Head of Registration, Registers of Scotland;
Graham Fisher, Head of Branch, Legal Directorate - Constitutional & Civil Law, Scottish Government.3. Subordinate legislation: Keith Brown MSP (Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Jobs and Fair Work) to move—S5M-10101—That the Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee recommends that the Registers of Scotland (Digital Registration, etc.) Regulations 2018 [draft] be approved.4. Scotland's Economic Performance: The Committee will take evidence from- 


Jackie Brierton, Vice-Chair, Women's Enterprise Scotland and Enterprise; CEO, GrowBiz;
Sandy Kennedy, Chief Executive, Entrepreneurial Scotland;
Jim McColl, Founder, Chairman & CEO, Clyde Blowers Capital;
Dr Suzanne Mawson, Lecturer, Management Work and Organisation, University of Stirling.5. Scotland's Economic Performance: The Committee will consider evidence heard at today's meeting.6. Financial Guidance and Claims Bill (UK Parliament legislation): The Committee will consider a draft report on legislative consent memorandum LCM-S5-11.7. Economic Data: The Committee will consider a draft report.

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