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For while the rest of us stress about finding enough spare cash to fund our night out, Emma points out that part of the rich man or wealthy woman’s problem at the nightclub or bar is finding someone who isn’t simply in it for their money.

“It’s not necessarily the places they go that are the issue,” says Emma, agreeing that Edinburgh has a wealth of quality bars and restaurants packed with high earners.

“The nightclubs they go to are places they know they won’t find the calibre of lady they want to spend the rest of their lives with.

They are in the financial industry, the legal profession, and a lovely mix of entrepreneurs who are very busy running their own businesses and maintaining them.

We have a number of academics and land owners – a very broad mixture of people and a good balance of men and women.”In spite of the recent recession, Edinburgh’s reputation for above average earnings and its pool of well-heeled moneyed professionals persuaded the agency to expand into the city.

And further afield it seems there’s plenty of demand from rich lonely hearts – the agency’s global membership has grown by 25 per cent in the last six months, with 3000 members in the UK alone.

In each area office, staff sift through members’ details and carefully hand pick and match them with other members for dates.

According to Emma Budgen, who runs the new Edinburgh base – the matchmaking agency’s only UK office outside of London – there is a healthy demand from Scottish high earners who simply don’t have the time, the right social network, or the desire to dodge the hen parties in George Street on a Saturday night in the search for prospective partners.

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Now, rather than face being left on the top shelf with just their piles of cash to keep them company, Scotland’s high earners, well known celebrities and top ranking professionals are finding their hard-earned money actually can buy them love – and are splashing out upwards of £10,000 a year to sign up with an exclusive “headhunter” style matchmaker agency.