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Katherine Williams

Managing Consultant

Katherine works with clients to understand and develop their project and programme management capability, supporting organisations in their delivery of change.

Graham Steele

Partner

Graham is a tax partner and leads RSM’s North West region innovation reliefs team.

The future of infrastructure - what does it look like and what is needed?

26 September 2019

How can infrastructure sector specialists continue to build on and improve the work that has gone before to create a brighter future for our infrastructure?

Kal Sangha

Partner

Kal is a partner and corporate tax adviser to UK and global businesses, ranging from listed to privately owned. He specialises in a range of sectors, including Infrastructure, real estate & construction, manufacturing (including food & drink) and hospitality & leisure.

Will the Exchequer back Transport for the North's plans to deliver the network the North deserves?
Andy Murray

12 February 2019

Andy Murray, head of infrastructure at RSM, said: ‘In the age of short termism, it is refreshing to see Transport for the North (TfN) publish a 30-year investment plan.

Gwyneth Barber

Partner

Gwyneth is a tax partner with over 20 years’ experience advising corporates and their shareholders and significant experience on property taxes and social housing.

Sheena McGuinness

Partner

Sheena is a partner is RSM’s corporate tax team and has over 20 years’ experience in advising companies on their tax affairs. Her work encompasses all aspects of managing the tax life cycle of companies, from due diligence and tax efficient structuring on acquisition, managing the tax filing obligations and ongoing tax advice all the way through to divestment preparation and readiness.

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.

Infrastructure action plan – but do we have the capability to deliver it?
Alistair Hynd

11 July 2018

The National Infrastructure Commission today published the first National Infrastructure Assessment which sets out a plan of action for the UK’s infrastructure over the next 30 years, ranging from transport, energy, water to digital technologies, waste and funding – urging the UK to take decisive action.

Sarah Thompson

Managing Consultant

Sarah has worked in economic development and regeneration consultancy for over 15 years. Her experience includes data analysis and research, project development and appraisal, social and economic impact assessment, programme and policy evaluation and strategy development.

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