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RSM appoints head of corporate tax to strengthen Midlands capability
Claire Spencer

24 September 2021

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed tax partner Claire Spencer to strengthen the firm’s corporate tax capability in the Midlands.

Effects of the Stamp Duty break laid bare as the property market struggles with post-SDLT holiday blues
Chris Etherington

21 September 2021

Government figures show residential property transactions in August 2021 totalled 93,000, 20.8% higher than August 2020 and 32.0% higher than July 2021, however this was following a significant dip in June 2021.

Food sales suffer as consumers dine out in August, latest ONS statistics show
Jacqui Baker

20 September 2021

Jacqui Baker, partner and head of retail at RSM, comments on the latest ONS statistics: ‘Staycations have driven an increase in footfall throughout August as consumers enjoyed a real British summer complete with bad weather to dampen the mood slightly which has led to another fall in overall retail sales volume in August.

UK Government needs to step in to ease imminent pinch point for travel sector, warns RSM
Ian Bell

17 September 2021

Ian Bell, RSM's head of travel and tourism comments: 'To protect viable businesses and jobs across the sector, the Government needs to step in now to provide further tailored grants and potentially extend the furlough scheme for travel related businesses to prevent high levels of business failure across the sector.’

House price growth fell in July as rush for the stamp duty holiday fades
Stacy Eden

16 September 2021

House prices in the UK decreased by 4.4 per cent from June 2021 to July 2021 wiping out the 4 per cent gain in the previous month according to the latest ONS house price statistics.

Labour shortages persist despite rising employment
Tom Pugh

14 September 2021

RSM UK economist Thomas Pugh comments that labour shortages will likely persist for the rest of the year despite rising employment vacancies.

Aberdeen student wins RSM's top accounting accolade
Andrew Forsyth

13 September 2021

A second-year student in Aberdeen has been awarded the top prize, sponsored for RSM, for Financial Accounting Stage 2 of the BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance course at Robert Gordon University.

Construction industry’s post-pandemic growth grinds to a halt
Stacy Eden

10 September 2021

Commenting on ONS construction output data for July 2021, Stacy Eden, co-head of real estate and construction at RSM notes that output has fallen to below pre-pandemic levels due to a drop in private housing construction.

RSM appoints new managing partner for Edinburgh
Ross Stupart

09 September 2021

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed Ross Stupart as the new office managing partner of its Edinburgh office.

International deal activity remains higher than pre-Covid volumes – the effect of pent-up demand or underlying growth?
Lee Castledine

09 September 2021

International deal activity remains ahead of pre-pandemic levels in Q2 2021, according to the latest analysis from RSM*.

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