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Deep concern if fast internet targets missed and government needs to re-commit funding, says RSM
Chris Knowles

22 December 2020

Chris Knowles, Chief Digital Officer, RSM comments on warning from the Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee that the government is highly likely to miss its own connectivity targets and urges a recommitment to funding.

November retail sales illustrative of the volatile times we live in now says RSM
Jacqui Baker

18 December 2020


Britain’s November retail sales decreased by 3.8 per cent in volume and 4.1 per cent in value when compared with October. This fell during a period when all non-essential retail stores were closed in England from 5 November to 2 December.

RSM advises on successful sale of leading Newcastle nursery

16 December 2020

RSM’s M&A and private equity team has advised the shareholders of Brunton Day Nursery on the sale of the children’s nursery to Busy Bees, the UK’s leading childcare provider.

RSM advises on sale of East Anglia based logistics firm
Stephen Orriss

14 December 2020

RSM’s corporate finance team has advised the shareholders of Star Transport and Warehousing on the successful sale of the business to Howell Gordon Ltd.

Cautious optimism for travel operators in 2021 but a hazardous journey ahead, says RSM
Ian Bell

10 December 2020

The travel, leisure, hospitality and retail sectors will all experience marked increases in consumer demand by mid-summer 2021 if current projections persist says RSM.

Wealth tax is an unfair and blunt instrument, says RSM
Gary Heynes

10 December 2020

RSM has criticised the Wealth Tax Commission’s final report, “A Wealth Tax for the UK” saying it is too blunt an instrument, is unfair to taxpayers and a different approach is needed.

Capital Gains Tax and confidence in some sectors drives domestic and inward M&A activity in Q3
Kirsty Sandwell

09 December 2020


Data released by the ONS reports the value of domestic M&A (UK companies acquiring other UK companies) in Quarter 3 2020 increased by a £4 billion from Q2 (£0.4 billion), totalling £4.4 billion. However, the sizable increase seen in Q3 2020 can largely be explained by a few notable domestic acquisitions with values in excess of £100 million.

Barburrito secures future saving restaurants and jobs with sale to co-founders
Damian Webb

07 December 2020

RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP has helped Barburrito, Mexican eatery, with a successful Administration sale securing new investment in the business.

Successful restructure for central London restaurant Arros QD with unanimous stakeholder approval

04 December 2020

RSM has advised on the successful restructuring of In Paella Limited t/a Arros QD, sister company to the Iberica group of restaurants. Arros is a high-quality Mediterranean restaurant and bar, situated in the heart of Fitzrovia.

RSM advises on international sale of Comvergent
James Wild

03 December 2020

RSM has advised the shareholders of Comvergent Holdings Limited on their sale to Solutions 30, a company listed on Euronext stock exchange.

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