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Investors predict 'mixed and volatile' outlook for 2016
Diane Gwilliam

05 February 2016

Investors predict the outlook for small and mid-cap companies will be ‘mixed and volatile’ in 2016, but companies could do more to improve corporate governance and transparency if they want to attract investment, according to a report.

RSM’s South Corporate Finance Team scoops prestigious award
Kirsty Sandwell

05 February 2016

RSM has won the prestigious Corporate Finance Advisory Team of the Year at this year’s South East Dealmakers Awards.

RSM joins Scotland Food & Drink

05 February 2016

Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has become the latest member of industry body Scotland Food & Drink. The firm launched a new Food and Drink team at a board meeting of Scotland Food & Drink held at RSM’s Glasgow offices in Wellington Street.

From Afghanistan to accounting – exam success for Stoke–based Liam
Anne Lakin

03 February 2016

Liam Nicholson, who is based in RSM’s office in Stoke, was awarded the ATT’s ‘Stary Medal’ for achieving the highest distinction mark and is now a fully qualified Accounting Technician.

RSM acquires HR consulting business
David Gwilliam

03 February 2016

RSM has today acquired HR consulting business Right Hand HR Limited for an undisclosed sum.

RSM responds to the latest insolvency statistics
Mark Sands

29 January 2016

Statistics released by the Insolvency Service today show that in 2015, there were a total of 79,965 personal insolvencies, the lowest seen since 2005.

UK businesses give a cautious thumbs up to audit threshold change
Jonathan Ericson

28 January 2016

The Department for Business (BIS) has confirmed that audit thresholds are to increase in line with accounting thresholds, meaning that many more UK businesses will now be exempt from having an audit.

Report finds NHS fraud referrals up by 17 per cent
David Foley

28 January 2016

A benchmarking analysis of more than 80 NHS organisations has found that the number of cases referred for fraud investigation has risen by 17 per cent in the last year.

RSM responds to EC's latest proposals to combat corporate tax avoidance
Rebecca Reading

28 January 2016

Following the OECD's recommendations for reforming the international tax system last year, the European Commission has today announced proposals aimed at a coordinated EU-wide response to corporate tax avoidance.

RSM responds to the rise in Scottish personal insolvency levels
Paul Dounis

27 January 2016

The statistics released today by the Accountant in Bankruptcy show that personal insolvency levels in Scotland rose in the third quarter of this financial year compared to the second quarter.

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