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.
Partner, Co-Head of Financial Services
Peter co-leads RSM’s UK financial services sector. The FS sector has expertise in private equity, asset and hedge fund management, insurance, banking and fintech: services include audit, tax, corporate finance, restructuring, outsourcing, risk, regulation and internal audit. Peter himself has spent thirty seven years in and advising the London and global insurance market and delivers client engagements in corporate finance, strategy, regulation and governance.
Paul provides tax advice and reporting services to Private Equity houses covering funds, carried interest, general partners, management entities and investor reporting including specialist knowledge of DIMF, IBCI, Limited Partnerships, Companies and LLPs.
07 February 2019
To gain insight into how the financial services sector is managing ongoing GDPR compliance the financial services team at RSM recently conducted a survey in the sector to take the pulse in relation to level of confidence in key areas. Over the coming weeks we will be sharing insights from our GDPR experts on the key findings.
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.
31 January 2019
RSM’s latest academy back to school report includes articles on managing the threat of fraud in the education sector, technology in the classroom and improving the financial efficiency through effective curriculum planning. Download your copy of the report now.
31 January 2019
On 31 January the further education insolvency regime will come into force, meaning that for the first time it will be possible for colleges to fail and be placed into an insolvency process.