Zoë specialises in working with not for profit clients including Charities and Education clients. She is based in RSM’s Gatwick office and is a member of our national not for profit group, with over 20 years experience working in audit at RSM.
Paul has over 20 years’ experience of senior leadership in general management, program and project management, business analysis, operational/strategic management, and business transformation.
12 July 2018
At the ISBA Bursars’ Conference in May 2018 we launched our publication 'Reserving the future: Financial policies in independent schools'. The publication was well-received and in light of the good feedback we have included a summary of the key themes in our summer edition as well as a link to the full publication in case you missed it.
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.
28 June 2018
HMRC have today published their annual statistics on the value of tax reliefs given to charities and their donors which are now worth over £5 billion a year.
28 June 2018
The higher education sector is in a period of change, with further uncertainties on the horizon in the form of post Brexit and the post-18 review of education. Are we clear and comfortable with our model of assurance in this challenging environment?
06 June 2018
Andy Murray, partner at RSM, said: ‘Today’s decision marks the next step forward for Heathrow’s third runway as the Government’s Economic Sub-Committee approved the Airport National Policy Statement ahead of the parliamentary vote on 11 July.
01 June 2018
The question of how goods will move between the UK and the EU in a post-Brexit world has cast a shadow over businesses for nearly two years. Yet, even with negotiations in full swing, we still have few answers.
15 May 2018
This edition is a focus on employee matters, some from the perspective of the employee and others the employer. All useful reminders of topical matters. In addition we have a special contribution from Sir David Carter, the National Schools Commissioner.
Anna Clarke is an associate director within economics consulting with expertise in social policy, housing and welfare. She leads work for government and other public sector clients.