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Alistair Hynd

Partner

Alistair is a partner at RSM.

Bart Sommerville

Partner

Bart helps lead the RSM valuation team. His expertise is the valuation of private businesses, debt capital and equity capital; intangible assets such as IP, brands, and contracts; and certain derivatives. His advice is used for a variety of transactional, dispute, and financial reporting purposes.

Simon Martin

Partner

Simon is a corporate finance partner in the RSM project finance, modelling and valuation service line, dealing with both modelling and valuation assignments.

Paul Elliot

Partner

Paul heads the competition services team at RSM, and has significant experience acting on European Commission and UK anti-trust cases.

Stephen Mason

Partner

Stephen is a partner in transaction services. He provides financial due diligence and advice to private equity, corporate and bank clients.

Lee Castledine

Partner

Lee is a partner in our transaction services team in London joining a predecessor firm eight years ago to establish and build a dedicated London based transaction services team. He has a broad range of expertise from almost 20 years of due diligence work.

Mark Nisbett

Partner

Mark has over 20 years experience advising clients with international operations across a range of sectors (including technology, space, telecoms, manufacturing, consulting, food ingredients, hospitality and leisure, travel and recruitment), particularly in the provision of audit, statutory compliance (including central project management and coordination of the global compliance needs of clients), and supporting clients mergers and acquisitions.

Alistair Hynd

Partner

Alistair is a corporate finance partner with over 20 year's experience in the banking and advisory sectors.

Howard Freedman

Partner

Howard heads up the real estate and construction team. In addition to assisting companies on audit, assurance and financial reporting matters he is also involved in advising clients in relation to their business generally and how best to structure themselves optimally.

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