09 July 2020
The recent report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies paints a fairly gloomy picture for Higher Education and identifies that up to thirteen establishments may be at risk of insolvency.
09 July 2020
RSM’s M&A and private equity team has advised on the sale of Syntor Fine Chemicals Ltd to Aceto Corporation.
08 July 2020
Join us for our webinar exploring the financing arrangements for the post-lockdown era within the professional services sector.
07 July 2020
Reliance on digital technologies has greatly increased in recent months for many food and drink businesses. Listen in as our sector experts share some practical guidance on how data and digital technology can drive growth and minimise risks, particularly focusing on how technology can help food and drink business.
06 July 2020
The June CIPS PMI returned to an above neutral measure in June at 50.1, showing some early signs of recovery as lockdown measures ease. Over the past few months many have been mitigating supply chain risks by sourcing new suppliers closer to home – will this trend continue?
Bill is an audit partner specialising in listed and AIM groups, private equity backed entities and growing/transacting businesses of scale. He joined RSM in July 2020, having spent the previous nine years at a Big 4 firm, with four as a partner.
01 July 2020
The latest monthly CIPS manufacturing PMI today reports an above neutral measure in June at 50.1. This marks a welcome return to positive sentiment. It also adds credence to short term opportunities to bolster and strengthen the prospects of the manufacturing sector, and those whose supply chains rely on it, according to leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.
24 June 2020
As coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease, our Head of HR Consultants David Gibbens outlines three workforce planning tips for manufacturers to consider in order to remain competitive in a significantly changed world.
23 June 2020
Our experience in the food and drink sector has been built up over many years by serving the needs of our food and drink clients, many of which are manufacturers and those in the peripheral sectors such as packaging, marketing and distribution. We understand and keep up to date with the challenges that food and drink businesses face.
For many recruitment businesses the option of ‘delay, wait and see’ has become increasingly unviable. Businesses will need to adapt to survive. Any funding shortfall coronavirus has caused requires careful planning, execution and management.