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Paulina Redel

Associate Director

Paulina is an Associate Director in our outsourcing team - helping clients to deliver their financial statements in compliance with local regulations across 40 countries via the application of automated tools, standardised processes and the best practice solutions.

Economic risk factors too great to rely on swift recovery predictions says RSM

26 June 2020

Severe risk factors are too great in number and complexity to rely on predictions that point to a swift recessional recovery says RSM. Unlike the Bank of England’s (BoE) recent forecast of a short V-shaped curve, RSM believes a more protracted journey out of recession will reflect a curve more resembling the Nike swoosh.

RSM partners join heavyweight panel line-up at Global Trade Conference
Simon Hart

24 June 2020

Today, RSM UK’s International partner Simon Hart and RSM US chief economist Joe Brusuelas will join keynote speaker Elizabeth Truss MP, Secretary of State for International Trade, and a series of heavyweight panel members including US Ambassador Robert Johnson, to present an economic and risk update at the annual Global Trade Conference, hosted by the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.

Business sentiment settling as equity bull run continues and lockdown restrictions ease, according to RSM data
Simon Hart

08 June 2020

RSM’s sentiment indexes are showing signs of once-panicked markets now settling, as government restrictions are eased and moderate levels of certainty show signs of returning, albeit limited and at a rate that continues to frustrate equity markets and sectors.

Economic outlook encouraging for UK businesses looking to expand in the US
Simon Hart

24 January 2020

'There has never been a better time to expand or invest in the US' - that was the message from US Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission Yael Lempert at a special event hosted by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM and SelectUSA at the US Embassy in London this week.

Brexit - retaining an EU business presence

20 September 2019

With a Brexit date of 31 October 2019 still the default position, many UK businesses will be considering setting up in another EU jurisdiction to maintain an EU presence. Besides commercial considerations, there will be tax consequences to consider.

EU most important market outside of UK for future growth, say UK businesses
Mark Harwood

25 June 2019

Nearly a third of UK mid-market businesses with international aspirations see the European Union as a key market for future growth, according to a recent survey by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Global growth - connecting your world to ours

24 June 2019

With global mobility becoming increasingly common, we have outlined key considerations and practical advice to help you ensure that your business prospers from global growth. However, as with all business endeavours, take time to research your options and plan thoroughly with experienced advisers.

Staff mobilisation

24 June 2019

Operating a successful business overseas relies on a supported workforce. Asking staff to mobilise overseas requires careful understanding and consideration of their needs and concerns. This article will walk you through the major aspects you must address when considering moving your staff with you.

Cross border transactions as a road to growth

24 June 2019

Cross-border joint ventures have many different and complicated moving parts. Understanding the difference between expanding internationally and acquiring a business is just the beginning, therefore this article can help you to navigate the many options available to you and ensure you balance your business overseas effectively.

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