Our Credentials

Over the years, AAB has been recognised by some of the most prestigious award bodies in the UK for our excellent working practices. Whilst our specific service lines have also won industry awards, we pride ourselves in the fact our approach across the AAB Group has gained an excellent reputation and is loved by our employees.

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Sunday Times and Best Companies

AAB has been recognised as a Best Company since 2008 and has been ranked on the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work for List since 2016. What makes these awards special to us is these achievements are a result of AAB employee’s responses to questions within the Best Companies engagement survey, which examines the ins-and-outs of company life and reveals how employees really perceive their work environment.

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The Best Companies to Work For in Scotland

Due to our Best Companies success overall, we are also ranked in the The Best Companies to Work For in Scotland list.

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Developing the Young Workforce

Our efforts to support our future leaders (link) were also recognised by Developing the Young Workforce in recognition of our dedicated training programmes and development opportunities for our school, college and university leavers; as well as our involvement in school and university programmes.

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Living Wage Scotland Accreditation

AAB is an accredited Living Wage employer, meaning we choose to go further than the government minimum pay to support our employees.

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Scottish Business Pledge

We are also taking part in the Scottish Business Pledge, meaning we are committed to equal and fair pay and are promoting skilled, diverse and innovative working practices.

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ISO 27001:2013

ISO 27001:2013 is an internationally recognised standard for information security management systems. It reviews all our policies and processes covering everything from premises security to IT infrastructure security, how we dispose of data to how we test upgrades and patches, and of course GDPR compliance.

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Scottish Business Resilience Centre

The Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) aims to bring businesses together to collaborate for the greater good of the business community. AAB became members of the SBRC in 2020, initially focused on playing our part in supporting businesses to mitigate the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, but continue to play an active role in providing members with accounting and finance advice, insights and support.