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RSM strengthens audit and tax capability with strategic North West appointments
Eric Solomons

06 May 2016

Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed audit specialist Alison Ashley as a partner based at its Manchester office.

Scottish charities need to mitigate future financial risks warns RSM
Janet Hamblin

04 May 2016

With transparency hitting the headlines, audit, tax and consulting firm RSM is advising Scottish charities to review all operations on a regular basis to mitigate financial and reputational risk.

RSM advises on five deals in five days
Steve Hubbard

RSM’s corporate finance team has acted on five significant transactions in one week – highlighting a high volume of deal activity.

RSM comments on latest personal insolvency figures

29 April 2016

Official figures released today by the Insolvency Service have revealed that 20,383 people became insolvent in England and Wales in the first quarter of this year

Growing online threat to retailers and wholesalers warns RSM
Steven Snaith

29 April 2016

New statistics from the Government’s commercial victimisation survey reveal that there were 228,000 incidents of online crime against businesses in the retail and wholesale sector last year, a notable increase against the previous year.

RSM responds to the most recent Scottish insolvency statistics
Paul Dounis

27 April 2016

The statistics released today by the Accountant in Bankruptcy show that personal insolvency levels in Scotland fell to a 14-year low in the financial year 2015/16, while corporate insolvencies remain higher than in the first half of the year.

Importers beware changes to customs duty arrangements
Ian Carpenter

27 April 2016

There are changes to customs duty arrangements coming into force this weekend which could have a significant impact on businesses that import goods into the UK or EU.

RSM appoints knowledge management partner
Simon Hart

26 April 2016

RSM, the audit, tax and consulting firm, has appointed one of its senior partners, Simon Hart, as knowledge management partner.

RSM appoints regional managing partner for the Central region
Mark Taylor

RSM, the audit, tax and consulting firm has appointed Mark Taylor as Regional Managing Partner for the Central Region.

RSM predicts personal insolvencies to remain flat but Debt Relief Orders to rise

26 April 2016

RSM is predicting that overall personal insolvency levels in the first quarter of this year will remain fairly flat versus the same period last year and the last quarter, although the proportion of Debt Relief Orders (DROs) – also known as ‘bankruptcy lite’ - could rise to their highest ever level.

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