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Alistair Hynd


Alistair is a partner at RSM.

Valuations of intangibles and share options in a private company
Phil Robinson

07 June 2019

In this series of videos, RSM’s experts guide clients through some of the common valuation techniques used in preparing valuations for financial reporting purposes.

Bart Sommerville


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 Robinson

Associate Director

Phil is an Associate Director specialising in providing clients with valuation advice for commercial, restructuring, tax and financial reporting purposes.

Deborah Parks Green


Deborah has extensive experience supporting employers in tax and NIC compliance, with a particular focus on the status of workers.

Alison Ashley

Partner, Head of Motor Retail

Alison is head of our national automotive specialist team and an audit partner in the Manchester office.

Fair valuing employee benefits in accordance with IFRS 2
Danielle Stewart OBE

29 November 2016

If you have issued share awards, share options or cash bonuses that have a value linked to a share price then you will need to assess their fair value in accordance with IFRS 2.

Estimating the fair value of a financial instrument and applying IFRS 13
Danielle Stewart OBE

29 November 2016

Assessing financial instruments to determine their measurement basis and accounting treatment and then applying fair value, if appropriate, can be difficult.

IFRS and measuring fair value
Danielle Stewart OBE

29 November 2016

Many International Financial Reporting Standards adopt fair value as the measurement basis or provide it as an accounting policy choice.

Assessing the carrying value of your assets for impairment
Danielle Stewart OBE

28 November 2016

IFRS requires an annual impairment review to be undertaken in respect of goodwill and other indefinite life assets. In addition, all other non-current assets must be assessed for impairment when there are indications of impairment.