08 July 2020
Join us for our webinar exploring the financing arrangements for the post-lockdown era within the professional services sector.
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.
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.
21 May 2020
Financial crime is seeing a surge of activity and it’s because criminals are maximising on uncertainty. Read more here about what key questions businesses should be asking themselves.
18 May 2020
The Advocate General’s opinion in United Biscuits is bad news for those who have claimed historic VAT refunds on investment management fees for direct benefit pension funds.
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.
Whether businesses are suffering persistent performance issues, facing external pressures or going through periods of rapid growth or change, Ian has the skills and experience to help clients rapidly improve their operations.
Michael is a tax partner based in the Nottingham office. Michael works with corporate clients delivering commercial tax advice on international and domestic tax matters including; global tax compliance, overseas expansion, mergers and acquisitions, corporate structuring, new developments in tax law, tax technology and governance, transfer pricing and tax accounting.
05 May 2020
Over-55s may be supplementing their income by dipping into their pensions, but high taxes may be withheld which could come as a nasty shock. How do you get a refund of the tax overpaid, and what happens when you return to work?