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The importance of corporate economic substance

13 May 2019

The issue of corporate economic substance is high on the agenda of tax authorities globally, following recent developments to improve fairness and cooperation in international tax.

A framework with freedom – an opportunity for growth?

24 April 2019

One of the key themes that came out of the Pub19 Conference was how to maintain relevance and gain customers regardless of external factors such as national sporting events.

What does the Chancellor's Budget mean for consumer businesses?

30 October 2018

Fiscal Phil has announced the Government’s last Budget before Brexit, assuming it happens, but what does it mean for the Consumer Markets sector?

How feasible are tax changes for Consumer businesses?

28 September 2018


2018 has seen several high-profile businesses being rescued or left to fail; others are seeking to review their portfolios, funding position or to rationalise their structures; even previously “untouchable” businesses such as John Lewis are feeling the effects of an increasingly tough trading environment.

What can the retail sector expect in 2018?
Andrew Westbrook

19 December 2017

Andrew Westbrook, RSM’s head of retail, looks ahead to what 2018 has in store for the sector.

The view so far - leisure and hospitality sector 2017
Paul Newman

29 June 2017

It’s fair to say that the leisure and hospitality sector has faced a challenging first half of 2017. The uncertainty of a hung parliament, a fraught Brexit process and fears surrounding terrorist attacks have all impacted consumer confidence.

Ryan Broomfield

Partner

Ryan is part of the London corporate tax team with over 10 years’ experience in advising clients on international and UK tax matters.

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