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Lindsey Cooper

Partner

Lindsey is a partner at RSM.

Janet Burt

Partner

Janet is a restructuring specialist and is an insolvency practitioner based in London. She has a breadth of restructuring and insolvency experience spanning 25 years with the execution of formal appointments, leading advisory teams as well as senior project management for a variety of stakeholders in distressed situations.

Higher Education needs to consider all options from mergers to insolvency in the current climate
Lindsey Cooper

09 July 2020

The recent report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies paints a fairly gloomy picture for Higher Education and identifies that up to thirteen establishments may be at risk of insolvency.

RSM responds to Government measures to protect higher education sector
Lisa Randall

04 May 2020

Today the Government announced a range of measures to protect the higher education sector which will be seen as a positive step for most university providers.

Management, governance and regulation – the importance of efficiency in residential care homes

05 February 2020

Final instalment of a three-part blog series to highlight the following issues facing the British residential care sector: the importance of good management and effective governance and regulation.

Residential care homes – a spotlight on employment and staffing issues

29 January 2020

The impact of staff shortages in residential care homes as a result of the Government scrapping bursaries for nursing students; Brexit; sleep-in costs for residential care workers and the effect of IR35 on contractors being defined as employees.

Overcoming profitability problems in the residential care home sector

16 January 2020

In the first instalment of blogs looking at issues facing the residential care sector, we look at profitability, ownership structures and value in distressed situations.

RSM advises BIG on its acquisition of Supercuts and Regis brands
Damian Webb

12 December 2019

RSM’s retail restructuring team has advised the Bushell Investment Group (BIG) on the acquisition of the trade and assets of Regis UK out of administration.

What makes a good CVA and why it works
Damian Webb

22 October 2019

In the current uncertain economic and political climate trading has become increasingly challenging. Many retailers and restaurant operators have implemented CVAs as a means of addressing their long-term structural issues, notably over-rented extensive property portfolios. RSM’s Retail Restructuring team share their thoughts on successful CVAs.

James Hawksworth

Director

James has extensive experience in solvent restructuring, distressed turnaround and formal insolvency, working with directors and stakeholders to deliver effective solutions for businesses in distress, maximising recoveries and protecting the position of his clients.

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