04 April 2019
Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM advised Pinacl, a leading provider of ICT infrastructures encompassing the IoT, smart buildings and cities and major fibre optic networks on its bringing together with Boston Networks supported by Aliter Capital LLP, a private equity fund.
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.
Phil is an Associate Director specialising in providing clients with valuation advice for commercial, restructuring, tax and financial reporting purposes.
Jo leads RSM UK’s global compliance and reporting services (GCRS) project management team based in Milton Keynes. Jo works primarily with multi-national mid-market clients who are looking to transform and manage their international compliance, accounting and reporting responsibilities, together with the associated risks, through outsourcing and transformational solutions.
Robert was previously a Head of Tax working in the motor retail sector and regional head of tax for a FTSE 100 business media group.
Ensuring that your real estate firm is supported by the right shaped finance team, with the most cost effective staffing levels and best technology solution for your needs, is critical to business success.
Natalie is a partner in RSM’s M&A and Private Equity team, specialising in private company sales, fund raising and management buyouts.
Samantha is an Director in the Foreign Direct Investment team, based in Reading. Samantha helps growing businesses expand globally and set-up in new jurisdictions. She is a qualified accountant and specialises in the set-up, transition and improvement of company’s finance functions.
15 January 2018
The EU referendum has created a favourable landscape for overseas investment. While volatility acts as a break on domestic spending, the weak pound creates a big incentive for international investors. In the first three quarters of 2017, Chinese investors spent £6.4bn on UK property: up from £2bn in the same period in 2015.