Victoria is a commercial lawyer with expertise in drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts and advising clients on Digital Law, data and e-commerce risk, legal and regulatory matters.
Business Development Manager
Emma is Business Development Manager for our risk assurance, fraud and forensic teams. She leads the strategic BD efforts for these departments and also leads some of the firmwide market thought leadership projects.
As a National Marketing executive, Vanessa's role in RSM involves supporting the marketing of the Audit, Risk Advisory, Tax and Accounting & Business Advisory (ABA) service lines.
Digital Communications Coordinator
Amy works in the digital marketing team at RSM. Her role is mostly made up of working on the website, creating email marketing campaigns, and posting on the corporate social media accounts.
22 May 2019
Throughout June and July 2019 RSM’s further education specialists will be holding seminars to discuss the key challenges for the further education sector; providing examples and best practice advice on how you can ensure issues are managed effectively within your organisation. Join us on 20 June in Warrington or 16 July in London.
09 May 2019
RSM’s latest series of automotive technical updates is developed exclusively for the motor retail sector and will address industry-specific issues. Space is limited so delegates must be pre-booked.
Phil is a global mobility specialist, advising businesses and individuals on international employment tax and social security matters.
07 May 2019
Picking up on the RSM series of events in 2018, Simon Hart (RSM UK) and Joe Brusuelas (RSM US) will be considering topics relating to Brexit, European issues, emerging markets, trade agreements and economic insights that will be of interest to middle market business leaders.
15 April 2019
In a bid to improve local air quality by limiting the harmful emissions of air polluting Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) and particulate matter (PM) from older engine cars, London has taken an aggressive stance bringing in a new charging regime, in addition to the existing congestion charge, that could see fines of £160 for non-compliance.