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81 per cent of middle market businesses vulnerable to money laundering and bribery
Richard Smith

20 April 2018

81 per cent of middle market firms consider themselves at risk of falling foul of anti-money laundering and anti-bribery legislation according to the latest YouGov survey, commissioned by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

RSM UK heads to NetSuite Las Vegas global forum
Chris Knowles

20 April 2018

RSM UK, the leading audit, tax and consulting firm will attend the upcoming SuiteWorld 2018 – the annual global conference for the number one cloud Enterprise Resource Planning software provider NetSuite, taking place in Las Vegas, USA, from Monday 23 to Thursday 26 April.

PAC concludes there is 'long way to go' to improve NHS cyber security
Steven Snaith

20 April 2018

The report issued this week by the Public Accounts Committee on the Wannacry cyber-attack which affected the NHS last year highlights the scale of the challenge needed to improve cyber security across the NHS. According to the report, the attack could have had an even more serious impact on the NHS if it had not happened in the summer, or on a Friday, or had the kill switch not been discovered so soon by a cyber security researcher.

Middle-market confidence gathers pace
Simon Hart

18 April 2018

Confidence among middle market businesses about the long-term impact of Brexit could be starting to gather pace for the first time since the EU referendum, according to the latest YouGov survey, the Brexit Monitor, commissioned by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

4 star boutique hotel sold by Joint Administrators
Gareth Harris

17 April 2018

Gareth Harris and Keith Marshall of RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP were appointed Joint Administrators of Hotel Company 42 The Calls Limited on 9 February 2018, which trades as ‘42 The Calls’. The Administrators have continued to trade the hotel since their appointment, but it has now been sold to Simon Pollard, a local investor, who plans to reignite the brand and redevelop the property to transform the hotel into a 5 star experience in the heart of Leeds.

Commonwealth tops list of preferred trading partners ahead of world summit
Simon Hart

17 April 2018

More middle market businesses want the UK government to secure a trade deal with the Commonwealth over any other leading group of countries or trading blocs according to a YouGov survey, commissioned by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Key partner appointment strengthens RSM private client tax practice
Elaine Shiels

16 April 2018

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has announced the appointment of Elaine Shiels as its new private client tax partner in Birmingham. Elaine, ATT (Fellow) and CTA, joins RSM following 28 years with EY. Her appointment strengthens the firms existing advisory position as it expands its private client practice in Birmingham and throughout the wider West Midlands region. Whilst Elaine will be based in its Birmingham office, her remit will expand to support the firm’s national growth plan.

RSM announces new Chief Operating Officer
Robert Ross

09 April 2018

RSM UK announces the appointment of Robert Ross as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO). Robert moves from his previous base in Scotland to RSM’s headquarters in London to take up his position in succession to David Gwilliam who has taken up the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Competition for funding key concern for UK charities
Karen Spears

05 April 2018

Increased competition for funding continues to be a major challenge for charities, highlighting pressure on cashflow and future services which could hit those most in need across the UK. The statistics, taken from RSM’s Funding and Functionality report, highlighted that over half of the respondents (60 per cent) view the competition for funding as a significant challenge for the sector; followed by a quarter stating that the stricter application of criteria when applying for funds as a key barrier.

RSM partner Nick Parker flies the flag for London on trade visit to China
Nick Parker

05 April 2018

ICAEW President and RSM partner Nick Parker has flown the flag for London as part of a trade delegation to China organised by the Lord Mayor of London.

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