BREWIN Dolphin, Scottish-based and the largest independent private client portfolio manager in the UK, puts out its annual results on Wednesday.
The company's broker, Bridgewell, in a recent research note, forecast Brewin, which also includes Bell Lawrie White, would see "clean" underlying pre-tax profits for the year to end-September rise to 32 million from 24.6m in the previous 12 months.
Bridgewell reckons revenues at the company have risen to 172m from 144.7m.
It said Brewin was continuing to take positive action "to sustain growth in quieter markets".
The broker added: "The company has recruited further teams of investment managers since March and acquired Aberdeen's private client business, thereby strengthening its presence north of the Border."
Mitie, the support services and maintenance group, puts its interim trading figures out today, for which there are no City forecasts.
But the range for the full-year profits performance at the company are between 57m and 59m.
Mitie employs 4,000 staff in Scotland out of a UK total of 39,000 and among its facilities management contracts in Scotland are the Old Firm of Rangers and Celtic football clubs, a cleaning contract with the Scottish Parliament and a security contract with FirstBus.
Elsewhere, catering group Compass is expected to continue its recovery when it reports its full-year results on Wednesday.
Pre-tax profits are expected to have risen 10m to about 355m compared with the previous year.
The company has undergone major changes in the last year with the sale of its travel catering business, SSP, and a new management team on board.
It has also been working to renegotiate or exit badly performing contracts as well as improve school meals in line with the Jamie Oliver and government-inspired drive for healthy eating.
Last month, it settled its 600m lawsuit over United Nations contracts for less than 40m although it admitted no liability in the alleged corruption case.
Mitchell & Butlets, owner of pub chains All Bar One and Harvester, is tipped to report strong current trading trends when it posts full-year results on Wednesday.
Like-for-like sales have accelerated at M&B since the World Cup this summer - up 5.3 per cent in the ten weeks after the tournament finished - and analysts expect it to report further progress over the past few weeks.
Matthew Gerard, of Investec Securities, is forecasting pre-tax profits of 205.7m for the 12 months to end-September, compared with 193m a year ago. The consensus figure in the City is 205m.
In Scotland, food sales have soared at the Mitchells estate since the ban was introduced, although drinks sales have declined slightly.
Brewing and pubs chain Wolverhampton & Dudley is expected to post annual pre-tax profits of 101m when it reports on Friday, compared with 90m last year.
As well as its pub estate, the company also brews Pedigree and Bank's among other beers.
Online fashion retailer ASOS will give an update on trading ahead of the key Christmas period when it delivers its results for the six months to end-September tomorrow.
Seymour Pierce stockbrokers forecast pre-tax profits for the full year to rise from 1.5m to 3.3m.
Last month, the company said sales were up 93 per cent over the interim period after it more than doubled the number of items available on its website.
Capital Radio and Classic FM owner GCap Media will reveal the extent of pressure on the advertising sector when it posts its interim results tomorrow.
The company has suffered from falling audiences and a downturn in radio advertising but reported some improvement from a "particularly difficult" July in its trading update in September.
It has launched its first marketing push in more than a year for London's Capital Radio as well as limiting advertising breaks to two commercials and strengthening its on-air line-up.
Analysts expect interim profits to have fallen from about 12.4m to 8.6m this time around.
In a research note, Jesper Jensen, media analyst at Cazenove, said: "GCap's most recent guidance was for underlying revenue to decline by around 9 per cent year-on-year for the six months ending 30 September."