Search

Reset
Displaying 10 of 94 results
Government must present clear and pragmatic guidance to assist ‘worst case’ scenario planning says RSM
Simon Hart

22 August 2018

The UK government will publish the first in a series of technical notices designed to prepare the UK for a no-deal Brexit. RSM says it is imperative that the notices present guidance that is clear, and without ambiguity, so that businesses are able to prepare for every eventuality, just 219 days ahead of Brexit on 29 March 2019.

Brexit sentiment at all-time high
Simon Hart

28 June 2018

Middle market leaders are becoming increasingly confident about their ability to weather Brexit volatility. Many are cautiously optimistic that the UK’s departure from the EU will have a positive impact on their short-term and long-term business prospects.

Middle-market firms growing in confidence
Simon Hart

28 June 2018

Confidence is gathering pace among UK middle-market businesses about the impact of Brexit according to the latest YouGov survey, the Brexit Monitor, commissioned by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Middle-market confidence gathers pace
Simon Hart

18 April 2018

Confidence among middle market businesses about the long-term impact of Brexit could be starting to gather pace for the first time since the EU referendum, according to the latest YouGov survey, the Brexit Monitor, commissioned by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Commonwealth tops list of preferred trading partners ahead of world summit
Simon Hart

17 April 2018

More middle market businesses want the UK government to secure a trade deal with the Commonwealth over any other leading group of countries or trading blocs according to a YouGov survey, commissioned by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Confidence in the Brexit process
Simon Hart

17 April 2018

Type ‘Brexit negotiations’ into Google and you'll discover more than five million pages of information to wade through. Brexit has now been a major talking point for almost three years. It’s dominated business meetings, TV bulletins and newspaper headlines. Amid the hours of debate and speculation, we still have few facts about what our new relationship with the EU will look like. Yet businesses remain confident.

Brexit: winners and losers
Simon Hart

17 April 2018

Brexit was always going to create winners and losers. The painstaking job to unpick the UK’s 40-year relationship with the EU will lead to new freedoms and compromises. For some, this will unleash opportunities for growth. For others, new obstacles to overcome.

Tech company start-ups jump by 60 per cent
David Blacher

03 April 2018

The number of new tech companies being set up in the UK rose by almost 60 per cent in 2017 according to new analysis by RSM. In total, there were 10,016 software development and programming businesses incorporated in 2017, a 59 per cent increase on the 6,300 companies set up in 2016. The data from Companies House also revealed growth in tech company incorporations across every region in the UK.

Brexit: Branch or subsidiary
Simon Hart

14 February 2018

Businesses may need to restructure their affairs to allow them to operate in Europe post-Brexit.

Middle-market sentiment dips as Brexit realities emerge
Simon Hart

15 January 2018

Middle market sentiment about the impact of Brexit dipped in the fourth quarter of 2017 according to our latest survey.

Pages