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RSM advises BIG on its acquisition of Supercuts and Regis brands
Damian Webb

12 December 2019

RSM’s retail restructuring team has advised the Bushell Investment Group (BIG) on the acquisition of the trade and assets of Regis UK out of administration.

Ceviche restaurant chain sold to Carino Ltd
Allan Kelly

20 November 2019

Peruvian restaurant chain Ceviche Ltd t/a Ceviche and Andina has been sold to Carino Ltd as part of a pre-pack administration.

What makes a good CVA and why it works
Damian Webb

22 October 2019

In the current uncertain economic and political climate trading has become increasingly challenging. Many retailers and restaurant operators have implemented CVAs as a means of addressing their long-term structural issues, notably over-rented extensive property portfolios. RSM’s Retail Restructuring team share their thoughts on successful CVAs.

RSM advises on Thai Leisure Group's successful CVA
Damian Webb

04 October 2019

Thai Leisure Group has had its proposed Company Voluntary Arrangement (“CVA”) approved by its creditors at a meeting today.

Pod restaurant chain sold to Azzurri Group
Damian Webb

24 June 2019

Pod Food Limited has been sold to Azzurri Group, owner of the ASK Italian, Zizzi, Coco di Mama and Radio Alice brands.

Winds of Change - is retailing as we know it over?
Damian Webb

07 March 2019

Imagine a business model in which you broadly break even for most of the year and rely on one six-week window in which you make most of your profits. That doesn’t sound so appealing to an investor, does it? Welcome to the world of retail.

How retailers and restaurants can survive the big freeze
Andrew Westbrook

02 March 2018

Commenting on recent high profile failures on the high street, Andrew Westbrook, head of retail at RSM said: ‘The icy blast over the last week has provided an apt metaphor for conditions on the high street.'

Rate rise to increase pressure on high street retailers warns RSM
Damian Webb

02 November 2017

Today’s increase in interest rates will add further pressure on struggling high street retailers RSM has warned.

A nation of shopkeepers – but for how much longer?
Damian Webb

15 February 2017

Uplifts in the National Living Wage combined with the effects of new business rates from 1 April could spring a nasty surprise for many retailers and restaurants in London and the South East, RSM has warned.

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