06 August 2020
Brexit is a disruptor. Whether its impacting today’s operations and decision making, or future trade or investment, Brexit is disrupting businesses today; but are you ready?
15 July 2020
The latest sustainability report from the Office for Budgetary Responsibility and the latest GDP monthly estimate from ONS released yesterday, support our opinion that the UK’s economic recovery will be more like a ‘swoosh’ than a ‘V’.
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.
22 June 2020
The extent of planned capital expenditure (capex) cuts by listed companies in the UK adds further weight to RSM’s earlier prediction of a protracted recovery, and its concern over what it called the Bank of England’s (BoE) overly optimistic economic outlook last month.
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.
02 June 2020
As coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease, businesses across the country are faced with a period of reactivation and reimagination. What does the ‘new normal’ mean for your operations and workforce? Our experts share their advice for rebuilding and succeeding in a significantly changed world.
02 June 2020
Register to our webinars for practical advice during the coronavirus, and detailed guidance on the Government support available for your business.
01 June 2020
This week RSM voiced concern over what it called the Bank of England’s (BoE) overly optimistic economic outlook at a time when businesses need to be ‘hoping for the best yet planning for the worst’ to give themselves a fighting chance of survival.
14 May 2020
The economy shrank by 2 per cent in the first quarter (Q1) of 2020, as coronavirus forced the country into lockdown, with an even bigger slump expected in the current quarter. This represents the biggest contraction since the end of 2008.
12 May 2020
A recent report analyses the tax cost of coronavirus between sectors. With the UK Government now proposing a roadmap to recovery from the coronavirus, we consider what role the tax system will have as the country begins to get back on its feet. Tax increases alone will not be sufficient. Direct investment by the Government will be required. Welcome to Roosevelt’s 1930s New Deal for the UK 2020s.