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Galloway based hotel goes into provisional liquidation
Paul Dounis

29 November 2017

Paul Dounis and Lindsey Cooper of RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP were appointed Provisional Liquidators of Kirroughtree House Hotel on 7 November 2017.

RSM advises on sale of Midlands-based platform hire company to Speedy Hire plc
Stephen Orriss

27 November 2017

RSM’s corporate finance team has advised the shareholders of Midlands-based Platform Sales & Hire Limited (PHSL) on the successful sale of the company to Speedy Hire plc for £10.7m.

RSM advises law firm Keystone on IPO
Diane Craig

27 November 2017

RSM’s capital markets team has advised Keystone Law Group, a UK Top 100 law firm, on its £50m initial public offering (IPO).

RSM welcomes the government's Industrial Strategy
Mike Thornton

27 November 2017

RSM welcomes the government’s Industrial Strategy.

UK Industrial Strategy: Business Secretary to take on new responsibility for delivering better quality jobs
Carolyn Brown

27 November 2017

Carolyn Brown, employment partner and head of RSM Legal LLP, comments on the publication of the UK’s Industrial Strategy.

Autumn Budget 2017: UK proposes new approach to taxing digital multinationals
Jim Meakin

22 November 2017

With the chancellor under such intense political and fiscal pressure – and with his personal future in doubt - it was difficult to know whether today’s Statement would go with a bang or a whimper. But with the OBR reducing its growth forecast from 2 per cent to 1.5 per cent for the coming year, the Chancellor had little choice but to opt for the latter.

Victory for graduates forced to overpay on student loans
George Bull

21 November 2017

RSM has welcomed news that Philip Hammond will announce measures in the Budget to ensure graduates are not forced to over-repay their student loans via the payroll.

Strong financial health of HE sector will slip post-Brexit without government support, warns RSM
Lisa Randall

20 November 2017

The financial health of the higher education (HE) sector has been described as ‘strong’ in the latest Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) report. However, fee caps, decreasing student levels and the impending impact of Brexit could tip some HE organisations over a financial cliff, warns leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Gig economy proposals put further pressure on PM and Chancellor ahead of Budget
Carolyn Brown

20 November 2017

The publication by the Work and Pensions and the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committees of draft legislation designed to provide employment protections for gig economy workers puts further pressure on the Prime Minister and the Chancellor ahead of the Budget.

RSM act on pioneering NHS England diabetes prevention pilot
Jenny Irwin

15 November 2017

RSM has been appointed by NHS England to support the implementation and evaluation of the interventions from an innovative study which aims to prevent or delay onset Type 2 diabetes in at risk patients.

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