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Ainsley Wainwright

Director

Ainsley is a Director in our Employer Solutions group which specialises in employment tax and expatriate tax.

Michael McLaughlin

Partner

Michael is a tax partner based in the Nottingham office. Michael works with corporate clients delivering commercial tax advice on international and domestic tax matters including; global tax compliance, overseas expansion, mergers and acquisitions, corporate structuring, new developments in tax law, tax technology and governance, transfer pricing and tax accounting.

Simon Browning

Tax Partner

Simon is a tax partner in our Nottingham office and Head of Tax for the East Midlands. Simon has over 20 years’ experience dealing with tax compliance and tax planning for businesses and their owners.

David Rowling

Partner

David is a partner, leading our Digital and IT Strategy team. He has considerable strategy, systems selection, project delivery and operations experience.

Anna Spencer-Gray

Audit Partner

Anna heads up the charity team for the West Midlands and works across the West Midlands and North West regions. She has 16 years’ audit experience and has expertise in the not for profit sector, working with charity, education, social housing and pension clients.

Andy Ilsley

Director

Andy is a VAT Director with over 27 years’ experience of working in VAT.

Darren Mee

Partner, Head of Business Improvement & Automation

Darren and his team work with businesses to improve the performance of their finance functions, processes and systems.

Sukhi Johal

Partner

Sukhi is a corporate finance partner advising private company shareholders and management teams to achieve their strategic goals through acquisitions, private equity investment, debt fund raising and exit.

Sheetal Sanghvi

Partner

Sheetal is the central region head for advising companies on R&D tax credits and is also part of the national R&D senior leadership team.

RSM appoints new tax partner in Nottingham

12 October 2016

A survey carried out by RSM amongst Scottish business leaders has revealed that the majority (81 per cent) believe that a second independence referendum (Indyref2) would have a negative impact on business in Scotland.

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