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Managing Partner, Scotland

Finlay has 20 years’ post-qualification property experience and joined Bidwells in 2001. He is a Partner within the Firm and is Managing Partner of Bidwells Scotland.

As Divisional Managing Partner of Bidwells Scotland, Finlay is responsible for 50 professional and management staff in Scotland. 

He leads an estate management team responsible for the management of 150,000 ha of land in the western and central highlands and specialises in strategic management of Highland estates including acquisitions and sales.

Finlay is currently Secretary of the Association of Deer Management Groups and former Chairman of the RICS Rural Faculty Board, where he remains a Fellow and registered valuer. He is also a member of the Scottish Agricultural Arbiters & Valuers Association.

Recent projects include:

  • Over £74M of rural property valued during 2016, including agricultural land, houses, sport, marine, energy and woodlands
  • Sale of £12M of rural and urban property assets achieved during 2016 
  • Presented oral and written evidence to Scottish Government relating to review of deer management in Scotland and Report to Scottish Government by Scottish Natural Heritage
  • Director of company carrying out £15M investment in Hotel and accommodation complex in West Highlands
  • Director of Company which has secured first Option and Lease to no subsidy major Wind Farm
  • Director of major west coast farming business.


  • Rural and professional estate management
  • Rural estate development and strategic advice
  • Valuation, purchase and sale of rural estates


  • Business management, financial planning and asset appraisal
  • Sporting and deer management
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