13 March 2019
Brad Ashton, Customs and International Trade partner at RSM UK comments on the publication today of the UK's temporary tariff regime to apply in the event of a no deal Brexit.
12 March 2019
Of all the sectors we’ve surveyed this past 18-months, TMT businesses have been the most consistently upbeat when it comes to their view on the short- and long-term impact of Brexit, such is its strength. But has this sentiment held strong as we approach the 29th March?
Andy is a financial reporting advisory specialist supporting businesses with their accounting compliance and transactional needs. Andy assists his clients with interpreting and applying accounting standards, both IFRS and UK GAAP, by bringing practical solutions to complex problems. He and his team support finance teams with resources and expertise to help them on their journey be it year-end reporting, applying a new standard, preparation for an exit (IPO or PE) or improvement to corporate governance disclosures.
25 February 2019
The complexity of the capital allowances regime could be restricting claims in the agricultural sector, but a recent tribunal decision highlights the fiscal benefits of understanding the criteria and persisting with a claim.
Partner, UK Finance Transformation Practice Lead
Theresa leads the Finance Transformation practice within Technology and Management Consulting. She is a Finance professional with 20 years’ industry and consulting experience delivering technology-enabled business change programmes throughout the UK, Europe and globally.
04 February 2019
RSM, the leading audit, tax and consulting firm has announced its partnership with Upscale 4.0 – a six-month accelerator programme delivered by Tech Nation aimed at super-charging the growth of successful UK tech-based scaleups.
25 January 2019
RSM’s Tax partner, Sheena McGuinness discusses the Financial Times article on ‘infrastructure investors ‘blanket ban’ on further investment in UK infrastructure assets’. The story cites the unlikeliness to make further investments in the UK in the current regulatory climate, which seems to be giving rise to the reluctance of investment boards to commit more funds to these sectors than the political uncertainty.
21 January 2019
After weeks of speculation Hitachi has announced it is walking away from its £16bn Horizon project, being unable to find an economic rationale to continue. Work on Olbury-on-Severn in Gloucestershire will also cease.
10 January 2019
The US-China trade spat may have called a temporary truce but tariffs could soon be back on the agenda. The interwoven nature of cross border supply chains suggests that any escalation of trade barriers between these two countries will affect businesses and investors in other countries and across a range of sectors.