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UK companies and LLPs could lose limited liability status in the event of a no deal Brexit
Simon Hart

28 February 2019

Simon Hart, lead Brexit partner at RSM, said: ‘Hidden in the detailed no deal technical notice for structuring your business is a seemingly innocuous paragraph which could lead to the limited liability status of UK companies and LLPs not being recognised in some EU jurisdictions in the event of a no deal Brexit.'

'Working from home' draws into view as means of driving down operational costs
Howard Freedman

28 February 2019

2019 will mark the year businesses started taking seriously the notion of ‘working from home’ as standard practice within UK firms, says the leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Double success for RSM at the Citywealth Powerwomen Awards
Rachel de Souza

27 February 2019

It was a double win for RSM, the leading audit, tax and consulting firm at the seventh Citywealth Powerwomen awards, that recognise individuals and companies who maximise the potential of women in the wealth management sector.

Government sounds alarm over lack of business preparedness for no deal Brexit
Brad Ashton

27 February 2019


The publication today of a Government report entitled Implications for Business and Trade of a No Deal Exit has highlighted that tens of thousands of businesses may be unprepared to continue to trade with the EU post-Brexit.

UK tech start-ups rise by 14 per cent
David Blacher

25 February 2019

The number of new tech companies being set up in the UK rose by 14 per cent in 2018 according to new analysis by audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Another blow for UK automotive sector
Richard Bartlett-Rawlings

19 February 2019

Richard Bartlett-Rawlings, partner at RSM commenting on Honda’s announcement (today) to close the Swindon plant in 2022 after the current Civic reaches the end of its life cycle.

RSM comments on January retail sales
Andrew Westbrook

15 February 2019

Andrew Westbrook, RSM's head of retail, comments on the latest ONS retail sales data for January.

No deal Brexit could complicate cross border debt enforcement, warns RSM
Chris Hardy

14 February 2019

Lenders could find it much harder to enforce cross border debts in the event of a no deal Brexit, RSM has warned.

UK businesses could improve cashflow through credit score improvements

14 February 2019

The combination of Brexit uncertainty, lack of investment and stockpiling is putting increasing pressure on cash, but UK businesses could unlock access to credit through improving credit scores - counterbalancing this burden.

Will criminal sanctions for pensions scheme underfunding ever be used in anger?
Ian Bell

14 February 2019

Ian Bell, head of pensions at RSM, comments on the Government's response to the consultation on protecting Defined Benefit pension schemes.

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