Discover how RSM’s public company advisory team can help you manage your mergers and acquisitions with its tailored range of services.
We have experience of advising on and handling corporate exits and asset sales internationally, in particular for complex and under-performing non-core businesses and investments. Our non-core disposal services are tailored, responsive and practical.
RSM’s Public Private Partnership (PPP) advisory team has been deeply involved in this ever-shifting area since the early days of the Private Finance Initiative (PFI). Let us work with you to provide the level of service you need for success.
Most commentators in the further education sector feared significant funding cuts in today’s comprehensive spending review. Based on the Chancellor’s initial announcements, this doesn’t seem to have happened. In fact, it all seems to be unexpectedly good news even if there does remain a real terms cut for both 16-18 and 19+.
The Emergency Services sector is under significant pressure to manage demand and deliver effective services with increasingly reducing resources. Management of risk, robust financial savings plans and effective decision making are under even more scrutiny. Our specialist team works across the UK to help you improve cost-efficiencies or provide insight, challenge and assurance in this area. We also help clients mitigate and manage risk, demonstrate accountability and meet their compliance requirements.
Local government is constantly under scrutiny and faces on-going demands to improve. Cost efficiency, sound governance, reduced risk and effective financial planning can help local authorities to deliver the results they need to satisfy the public, their partners and regulators.
Juggling the need to demonstrate service improvements despite stretched budgets, government bodies must prove accountability to stakeholders. Our experienced team has the specialist knowledge needed to guide you through managing business as usual alongside a time of change or reduced budget.
The statistics released today by the Accountant in Bankruptcy show that personal insolvency levels in Scotland rose in the second quarter of this financial year compared to the first quarter, but have continued in a downward trend in comparison to last year.
What makes corporates attractive to private equity investors? Hear from LDC’s Jonathan Caswell and Graphite’s Simon May offer expert advice on how to attracts private equity investors.
Simon May, Graphite, discusses what makes a company attractive to private equity investors.