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RSM calls on Government to extend Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act relief
Paul Newman

23 July 2020

RSM will call on Government today to urgently consider extending the temporary Covid-19 regulatory relief – the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act – to three months beyond the date on which it is currently set to end.

Remote working could lead to weakened cyber controls and more big data breaches
Ian Bell

20 May 2020

Ian Bell, RSM Head of Travel & Tourism comments on remote working leading to weakened cyber controls and more big data breaches.

Over-55’s exposed to pension scams, warns RSM
Ian Bell

14 May 2020

Over-55’s looking to supplement their income during and after coronavirus by accessing their pension pots could be leaving themselves increasingly susceptible to scams, RSM has warned.

Travel businesses hanging by a thread as they await a response from BEIS
Tim Robinson

03 April 2020

We discuss issues for travel businesses as they await a response from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) on customer refunds as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

COVID-19 market turbulence could increase risk of pension scams warns RSM
Ian Bell

27 March 2020

The market turbulence resulting from the Coronavirus outbreak could lead to a spike in pension fraud attempts RSM has warned.

Pensions - Mind the expectation gap
Ian Bell

04 March 2020

RSM’s pension survey interviewed almost 200 people in the pensions sector, to gather key market insight into the quality of governance, and what the future looks like when considering new compliance codes coming into effect in 2020.

Travel industry alert to flight shaming trend
Ian Bell

26 February 2020

Flight shaming will be one of the consumer trends most likely to impact the travel industry over the next two years, according to the latest research from audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Travel and tourism

24 February 2020

The travel sector remains confident and resilient despite the backdrop of Brexit, geopolitical unrest and climate change.

Sentencing of charity boss highlights risk of insider fraud
Timothy Merritt

11 February 2020

Tim Merritt, RSM’s Head of Fraud Risk Services, comments on the five year sentence handed down to Patrick McLarry, former chief executive of charity Yately Industries for the Disabled for defrauding more than £250,000 from the company’s pension scheme.

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