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Dougy Agnew


Dougy is a partner in our Aberdeen office , advising advising owner managed businesses on all tax issues for close to 30 years.

Key themes from Subsea Expo 2019
Cameron Bruce

11 February 2019

Cameron Bruce, head of oil and gas at RSM, distils the key themes from Subsea Expo 2019.

Paul Dowell

Consulting Director

Paul has over 20 years’ experience of senior leadership in general management, program and project management, business analysis, operational/strategic management, and business transformation.

The Modern Slavery Act: more than just compliance

09 April 2018

The government has sought to combat and prevent modern slavery through the introduction of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, which covers the offences of slavery, human trafficking, servitude and forced or compulsory labour.

When will government pull the plug on tax incentives for alternative fuel vehicles?

12 April 2017

With registrations of electric vehicles running at an all-time high, we are reminded of the important part which tax reliefs and incentives will play in bringing this new technology to a position where it can make a significant difference to air quality and lower emissions.

Carolyn Brown

Partner, Head of Client Legal Services

Carolyn leads RSM’s client legal services and is responsible for the broader development of RSM Legal’s services offering through RSM Legal LLP.

Tim Robinson


Tim is a director in the London office, having trained and qualified with the firm as an auditor.

Brad Ashton


Brad is an indirect tax partner specialising in custom duty, VAT and international trade.

RSM comments on the Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland report

09 March 2016

Tom Faichnie, a partner at RSM in Scotland comments on the Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland 2014-15 report published today.

Scottish taxes and the price of oil

01 July 2015

Last week saw Scottish Secretary, David Mundell, comment that he expects the new powers that are contained within the Smith Commission report currently contained within the Scotland Bill making its way through Westminster, to be concluded within the next parliament and before next year’s Scottish Parliament elections.