Tyrone is a Partner based in Leicester and is an expert in Restructuring, a Chartered Accountant and a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner. He is well known and highly regarded across the East Midlands/Midlands business community and has extensive experience in financial restructuring and recovery across various sectors.
A specialist in robotic process automation (RPA), Bam is responsible for driving efficiency improvement initiatives across a transforming business unit. Bam is responsible for delivering substantial process improvement change in a challenging operational environment.
08 April 2020
If the Government decides to help airlines after coronavirus, there is a golden opportunity to impose tough new conditions to help meet the UK’s net-zero carbon commitment.
11 March 2020
In the Budget 2020, the Chancellor announced a number of measures to invest in green technologies and renewable energy.
02 March 2020
Sheena McGuinness, head of renewables and cleantech at audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has won the Smart Energy Finance 2020 award at this year’s inaugural Women Powering Smart Energy awards event.
25 February 2020
As green taxes are likely to play a greater role in the UK’s taxation system in the future, we try to shed some light on the much-misunderstood Climate Change Levy.
12 February 2020
In October 2018, the Chancellor unexpectedly announced the ending from April 2020 of Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECA) for energy- and water-efficient plant and machinery. With the deadline fast approaching there is still time for businesses to benefit from this valuable relief. But is this really the end of tax relief for energy efficiency?
12 February 2020
Last week, the Government announced its plans to bring forward the ban on the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars by five years to 2035. The move will lead to a corresponding decrease in fuel duty receipts, so what will replace the current system?
05 February 2020
The Government is proposing a 700 per cent increase in road tax for motorhomes, but there is little to back it up from a tax or environmental perspective and it would leave a damaged manufacturing industry behind.