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People and talent management
Simon Hart

Businesses should be thinking about how they will continue to recruit and retain the right people to ensure business continuity and make the most of the opportunities that Brexit presents. How will you make sure you have the workforce you need post-Brexit?

RSM's Brexit Stress Index moves higher
Simon Hart

17 July 2019

The RSM Brexit Stress Index moved higher again last week, as the market processed conflicting central banking trends: global equities pushed higher on an expected US rate cut by the Federal Reserve and a quick turnaround in the UK bond market as the slim probability of a base rate cut by the Bank of England grew even smaller.

RSM's Brexit Stress Index eases
Simon Hart

09 July 2019

The RSM Brexit Stress Index eased last week, as global equity markets pushed higher on news of a rapprochement among the parties in the US-China trade war and anticipation of an interest rate cut by the US Federal Reserve.

RSM launches Global Trade Beyond Brexit roadshow
Simon Hart

26 June 2019

Today leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM launched its latest round of seminars to UK middle market businesses entitled Global Trade Beyond Brexit.

Exploring the global economy

24 June 2019

It is essential to strengthen your knowledge of the markets before embarking on international operations for your business. Understanding the macro elements of international business will prepare and support you on your journey.

Why expand internationally?

24 June 2019

An insight into the positive aspects of expanding overseas and where companies are looking to invest currently.

The international economic outlook

24 June 2019

A deep dive into the complexities of the international economy from RSM’s lead Brexit Partner Simon Hart. In this article, he highlights coming trends and key issues which could affect your international expansion.

RSM Stress Index levels out once again in lead up to EU elections
Simon Hart

23 May 2019

As at 23 May the RSM Brexit Stress Index, a measure of Brexit-related economic volatility, finished the week at 0.36 compared to 0.34 last week, indicating no change in the mood of the market. Last week’s moderate jump in stress levels for the first time in weeks was thought to potentially represent the start of a more consistent rise in stress levels, but this trend has not yet materialised.

RSM Stress Index inches up to reflect mild mood change in markets
Simon Hart

15 May 2019

The RSM Stress Index, a measure of Brexit-related economic volatility, inched up again this week after two consecutive weeks of flatlining and low stress. The index finished the week at 0.34 points above zero, marginally up from last week’s 0.02.

RSM Stress Index levels out
Simon Hart

02 May 2019

The RSM Stress Index, a measure of Brexit-related economic volatility, was close to flatlining as it finished the week at 0.01 points below zero, marginally up from last week’s 0.16.

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