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Zoe Rudling

Partner

Zoë is an assurance partner who works with a wide range of international and UK companies and groups.

Steve Hubbard

Partner

Steve is a corporate finance partner who heads up the Yorkshire M&A and private equity team.

Stuart Clowser

Partner

Stuart is an audit partner at RSM UK advising private equity funds and fast growing private businesses, in London and across the Southern region.

Roger Lovis

Partner, Head of Technology and Management Consulting

Roger is the Head of RSM UK Technology and Management Consulting. The division delivers solutions for clients enabling business transformation through solutions that harness latest digital technologies underpinned by changes to the operating model including process, people and data.

Andrew Gordon

Partner

Andrew is a corporate tax partner with over 10 years’ experience, providing proactive tax advice to companies and business owners.

RSM comments on the Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland report

09 March 2016

Tom Faichnie, a partner at RSM in Scotland comments on the Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland 2014-15 report published today.

Forward to a digital future

20 January 2016

Utopia or dystopia, your digital tax future is approaching fast. More news on the tax system updates.

House! Taxpayer wins bingo game against the taxman

12 January 2016

We’ve previously discussed how tax legislation often struggles to keep up with technological advancement, and now the humble game of bingo is coming under the scrutiny of the tax tribunal. Apparently the introduction of electronic devices to replace the original bingo card has got the tax experts scratching their heads. It’s enough to make your ‘dabber’ dry out…

RSM appoints new partners in Southampton
Philip Munn

Accountancy firm RSM has appointed two new partners to its Southampton office, indirect tax partner Philip Munn and audit partner Paul Anthony.

Action 8 and intangibles – and what does this mean for the digital economy?

05 October 2015

The OECD has finalised its shake-up of the rules and definitions around intangibles. So what are intangibles and what do multinationals need to do now?

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