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Five Henri-Lloyd stores to remain open after Administrators secure sale
Chris Ratten

12 June 2018

Administrators to Henri-Lloyd Limited have completed the sale of five stores and certain stock and assets to Aligro UK Limited, a subsidiary of Aligro Group Limited. As a result of the transaction, Aligro UK Limited will continue to trade the Henri-Lloyd stores in Salcombe, Dartmouth, Cowes, Cheshire Oaks and Lymington, securing the jobs of 38 store staff and six head office employees.

US tax changes – an issue for UK pension schemes
Donald Fleming

30 May 2018

US tax changes causing some major US corporations to relocate some of their business operations to a lower corporate tax rate country could cause an issue for UK pension schemes. Find out how the changes will affect pension schemes and what to do to avoid unintended consequences.

The Pensions Regulator’s annual funding statement – it’s all about risk management
Donald Fleming

01 May 2018

The Pensions Regulator (‘tPR’) has published its annual defined benefit funding statement which will be particularly relevant for schemes with triennial valuations effective from 22 September 2017.

James Parkinson

Manager

James is a restructuring specialist with a focus on advising SME’s and their stakeholders. He is experienced in accelerated acquisition and disposals, and performing strategic reviews.

How retailers and restaurants can survive the big freeze
Andrew Westbrook

02 March 2018

Commenting on recent high profile failures on the high street, Andrew Westbrook, head of retail at RSM said: ‘The icy blast over the last week has provided an apt metaphor for conditions on the high street.'

Rate rise to increase pressure on high street retailers warns RSM
Damian Webb

02 November 2017

Today’s increase in interest rates will add further pressure on struggling high street retailers RSM has warned.

A nation of shopkeepers – but for how much longer?
Damian Webb

15 February 2017

Uplifts in the National Living Wage combined with the effects of new business rates from 1 April could spring a nasty surprise for many retailers and restaurants in London and the South East, RSM has warned.

Warren Taylor

Consultant

Warren has been providing taxation advice to individuals and owner managed businesses for 30 years.

Pension scheme changes

12 April 2016

Willie Duncan, a restructuring partner at RSM discusses the likely impact on some charities following the recent changes in accounting standards.

Guy Jackson

Partner

Guy has over 15 years experience in the restructuring arena. He provides advisory services to mid market clients across a range of sectors.

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