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Automotive manufacturing
Richard Bartlett-Rawlings

02 August 2021

Automotive manufacturers face many challenges and we have automotive manufacturing specialists that can assist you to ensure you are best placed to face these challenges head on.

David Hawley

Partner

David is a Tax Partner in our North West region with over 13 years’ experience in advising corporates, owner-managed businesses and entrepreneurs on optimising their overall tax position.

Grant Morrison

Partner

Grant is an audit partner based in our Aberdeen office. He has over 20 years experience and has worked in the UK, Europe and the Middle East.

Howard Munson

Director, Risk Assurance Services

A leading expert in the provision of risk assurance and advisory support across internal audit, controls and risk management as well as internal audit set up and assessment against the standards. Howard also leads on RSM’s environmental assurance and reporting support to clients.

Shingo Soga

Risk Assurance Director

Shingo is an experienced Risk Assurance Director with over 15 years experience in both the professional services and large corporate environments. He is RSM’s specialist in Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance.

RSM and Knights advise on international sale of Leeds-based software business
James Wild

04 March 2021

RSM and Knights have advised automotive lead-management software business enquiryMAX on its sale to Keyloop.

Alison Ashley, RSM’s head of motor retail, highlights her key predictions for 2021
Alison Ashley

19 January 2021

Alison Ashley, RSM’s head of motor retail, highlights her key predictions for 2021 including: cash burn for dealers, Brexit ensures bumps in the road and curbs on consumer spending.

Keith Thomas

Partner

Keith is an experienced partners, based in our London office. He was at a big four firm for 39 years, and a hands-on corporate tax partner for 27 years, focused on their FTSE 100/250 and other large corporate clients.

Huge struggle ahead for UK car manufacturing – Brexit, cash flow, taxes and dented consumer spending
Richard Bartlett-Rawlings

26 November 2020

Richard Bartlett-Rawlings, partner at RSM, comments: ‘This month’s figures show that production remains consistent with the recovery seen in September but is well below 2019. With tighter national restrictions, many dealerships closed again and dropping consumer confidence, the data is not surprising. Both production and demand are anticipated to remain subdued for the rest of 2020.

Enkeleda Ibrahimi

Principal Consultant

Enkeleda is a Principal Consultant with over seven years experience in the cybersecurity industry. She advices companies on how to improve the maturity of their cybersecurity program.

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