22 February 2018
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) is expecting 2017/18 annual reports to provide clear disclosures setting out the likely impact and key judgements on adoption of IFRS 15. For listed entities, the adoption of IFRS 15 will require reporting of their 2018/19 interim results under the new revenue standard.
Frederic is a partner in RSM with a focus on supporting UK and international businesses address complex accounting and financial reporting matters.
Associate Director, Transfer Pricing
Sarah is an associate director with over nine years of transfer pricing experience, following several years in mainstream corporate tax.
18 January 2018
With the UK’s railway carrying more passengers than ever and demand continuing to rise, is there a plan in place to tackle this? Digital Railway is the industry’s improved plan to tackle the UK’s capacity issue by accelerating the digital modernisation of the railway. More trains will run on existing tracks – safer, faster and cheaper – helping to increase the impact of vital upgrades like HS2 and Crossrail.
Samantha is an Director in the Foreign Direct Investment team, based in Reading. Samantha helps growing businesses expand globally and set-up in new jurisdictions. She is a qualified accountant and specialises in the set-up, transition and improvement of company’s finance functions.
15 January 2018
Middle market sentiment about the impact of Brexit dipped in the fourth quarter of 2017 according to our latest survey.
22 November 2017
The Treasury seeks to tax based on revenues, rather than profit, for companies that operate in the digital economy.
Cigdem is an Associate Director in the Management and Technology Consulting team and heads up our Corporate Performance Management solutions and offerings.
13 November 2017
Recent headlines have documented the early termination of a Nuclear Decommissioning Authority 14 year long contract following a legal challenge from an unsuccessful bidder, costing millions to the UK taxpayer. In 2007, Metronet, responsible for two thirds of the Tube’s infrastructure collapsed, costing millions to the UK taxpayer. Are there links between the failures of these and other large scale programmes?
Ross Stupart is a Partner and Corporate Tax adviser to UK and global privately owned businesses operating in a range of sectors including Construction, Retail, Manufacturing (including Food & Drink), Hospitality & Leisure and Technology.