With Brexit and another possible Scottish independence referendum on the horizon, Scotland is again at economic and constitutional crossroads.
What does this mean for people doing business and advising clients in Scotland and what direction will the country take?
Find out at Aberdein Considine's Property, Legal and Financial Conference, which this year is being held in association with the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).
The annual event - being held in Edinburgh's Dynamic Earth venue, beside the Scottish Parliament - will bring together Scotland's top business people and entrepreneurs to examine the changing political and economic landscape north of the border.
Confirmed speakers include:
Lucy O'Carroll, Chief Economist at Aberdeen Asset Management PLC and former economist at the Bank of England, who will explore what the Scottish economy looks like in 2017.
Prof John Curtice, the UK's leading polling expert, who will examine Scotland's constitutional future and which way the polls predict it is going.
Scottish Government speaker TBC
Carol Anderson, chair of CML Scotland, who will discuss Scottish mortgage lending
Ian Fergusson, Managing Partner of JE Shepherd, who will give expert analysis of the Scottish property market.
Graham Matthews, Vice President of the Law Society of Scotland, will look at the changing legal landscape.
Ken Patullo, Managing Partner at Begbies Traynor in Glasgow, who will explore Scottish insolvencies.
The conference will be chaired by Rob Aberdein, Partner at Aberdein Considine, and will precede the CML Scotland's Annual Dinner.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.