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Investment in Direct Ferries by Livingbridge
Rob Donaldson

11 April 2016

RSM’s M&A and private equity team has successfully advised Direct Ferries, the world’s largest ferry ticket aggregator, on a majority sale to middle market private equity firm, Livingbridge.

Trump vs Clinton? Place your bets
Rob Donaldson

03 March 2016

A contest to end this November; for arguably the most powerful political position in the world, President of the United States, seems increasingly likely to be between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Bear market begins?
Rob Donaldson

01 February 2016

Just as the post-Christmas winter blues creep in I stop drinking all forms of alcohol. Well, I tried to. I made it to around 1pm on the 1st. A bad start. Then a ’streak’ of seven clear days. Miserable days. Each night as the bear market closed in I went home to an elderflower cordial. On ice. With tonic. And a slice.

Sale of Camden Town Brewery to Anheuser-Busch InBev

01 February 2016

RSM’s M&A and Private Equity team has advised on the sale of Camden Town Brewery to Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s largest brewing business. In a deal worth up to £108m, the sale delivered a multiple in excess of 60x EBITDA and 7x revenues.

RSM advises on landmark deal with world's leading beer brewer
Rob Donaldson

21 January 2016

RSM’s corporate finance team has successfully advised on the acquisition of Camden Town Brewery by the world’s largest brewing business Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev).

RSM named in top five most active M&A advisers in UK
Rob Donaldson

07 January 2016

The most active financial advisers in the M&A market from over the last year have been named, with RSM ranked number five in the UK, closing 105 deals in 2015.

Should we be 'Fed' cold turkey?
Rob Donaldson

05 November 2015

What am I on about? I’m on about the continuing and seemingly endless uncertainty over the future direction of the US and by extension global interest rates… for these are indeed unusual times. Our global economy appears to be addicted to a monetary drug. These are the most extraordinary monetary conditions in not just generations, but centuries.

Summer swoon turns to autumn anguish
Rob Donaldson

01 October 2015

Did you know that the astronomical definition of our seasons define the first day of autumn as the Equinox, the day when day and night are of equal length? No? Nor did I.

Rekorderlig UK a sweet success
Rob Donaldson

29 September 2015

RSM’s M&A and private equity team has advised on the sale of Rekorderlig UK to Molson Coors.

UK exports are on the increase, whilst imports take dive - Baker Tilly responds to trade figures
Rob Donaldson

03 September 2015

The latest regional trade statistics published by HMRC today have shown encouraging signs for UK trade, with the value of UK exports increasing by 1.2 per cent.