Welcome to the RSM newsroom

To discuss any of our news articles please contact your local RSM office or a member of our PR team.

Contact PR

To speak to or interview any of our media spokespeople, or if you are writing an article which requires input from a specialist, please contact a member of our PR team: 

Displaying 10 of 1066 results
Online crimes against retailers rise 30 per cent as new data protection rules loom
Andrew Westbrook

06 June 2017

Incidents of online crime against businesses in the retail sector have risen by 30 per cent over the last year according to a new crime survey, raising concerns about the sector’s preparedness for new data protection rules.

March hangover or a shift in consumer demand for new cars?

05 June 2017

Kevin Lamb, automotive specialist at RSM, said: ‘Following the 19.8 per cent fall in registrations in April 2017 compared with the previous year, new car registrations in May 2017 were 8.5 per cent behind the same month last year.’

How do the Labour and Conservative manifestos impact employers?
Steve Sweetlove

02 June 2017

The snap election this month has given the parties an opportunity to set out their stall with regard to workers’ rights. This a summary of the two main parties’ pledges likely to have the biggest impact on UK-based employers.

RSM comments on the rise in construction activity
Kelly Boorman

02 June 2017

Kelly Boorman, head of construction at RSM comments on the latest IHS/Markit Construction PMI survey released today which revealed that construction activity in May rose at its fastest pace since December 2015.

Promising outlook for manufacturing sector despite uncertainty
Mike Thornton

01 June 2017

According to statistics taken from the latest Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), the future outlook for the manufacturing sector looks very positive. Figures in May showed market resilience, with the sector sustaining most of the growth momentum gained during April.

UK Space Conference ponders Brexit uncertainty
Mark Nisbett

01 June 2017

Delegates at the biennial UK Space Conference, taking place this week in Manchester, have been considering the impact of Brexit on the UK space sector which is aiming to capture a 10 per cent share of the global space market by 2030.

RSM advises shareholders on disposal of leading cybersecurity provider
Steve Hubbard

31 May 2017

RSM has advised on the sale of Sec-1, an established provider of cybersecurity services, to Claranet, a leading managed services provider in the UK and Europe.

Businesses urged to prepare for new GDPR legislation
Steven Snaith

25 May 2017

With the countdown to the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) well underway, audit, tax and consulting firm RSM, is urging companies doing business in the EU to complete their preparation for the impending rule changes, to help mitigate substantial financial and reputational risks arising from issues of non-compliance.

Housebuilding slowly returning to pre-crash levels
Kelly Boorman

25 May 2017

New figures out today show that new build dwelling starts in England in the first quarter of 2017 were estimated at 43,170, a three per cent increase compared to the previous quarter and a 21 per cent increase on the previous year.

Skills shortage is top risk facing manufacturers, survey finds
Mike Thornton

24 May 2017

New statistics, taken from a manufacturing industry survey by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM, show that recruiting and retaining talent is a top risk for the sector.