RSM Australia

3 July 2017

RSM Australia makes multiple senior promotions

RSM Australia, one of the largest mid-tier accounting firms in Australia, has announced a number of senior promotions. This includes the appointment of four new partners, and seven new principals, bringing the total count of partners to 94, and...
30 June 2017

RSM expands Restructuring & Recovery division into Queensland

RSM Australia has announced the expansion of its Queensland operations to include a Restructuring and Recovery practice, led by Mitchell Herrett.
16 May 2017

Federal Budget brings relief for some doctors

The government was keen to assure Australians that there will be better certainty when it comes to health funding, with the Budget seeing a $10 billion allocation re-invested over four years into the health care system.

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27 March 2017

RSM celebrates 95 years in Australia

27 March 2017 marks RSM’s 95th anniversary in Australia, having commenced operations on this day in 1922.
23 March 2017

2017 New Appointments announcement

Meet our new leaders with a passion for shaping futures RSM Australia is growing. We are pleased to announce the appointment of two new partners and three new principals across the Sydney and Melbourne offices, increasing the RSM national team to...
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2 February 2017

RSM finalists in the 2017 Client Choice Awards

RSM is proud to announce that we have been selected as a finalist in two categories of the 2017 Client Choice Awards. RSM is in the running to win Best Accounting Firm (revenue $50m-$500m), a category they have been a finalist in six times, and Most...
After waiting 18 months for legislators to reach a sensible conclusion to the highly contentious backpacker tax, a vote for 15 percent in the final hours of the parliamentary year is a major victory for long-suffering Australian farmers such as in the Murray & Riverina regions.
5 December 2016

15 percent backpacker tax, a win for primary producers

After waiting 18 months for legislators to reach a sensible conclusion to the highly contentious backpacker tax, a vote for 15 percent in the final hours of the parliamentary year is a major victory for long-suffering Australian farmers.
Paul Bloxham - Chief economist at HSBC
28 November 2016

WA businesses rate economic uncertainty as most challenging factor for 2017

WA businesses have called out economic uncertainty as a key challenge moving into 2017. RSM Australia recently polled 300 WA business leaders on their key concerns at its annual economic briefing.

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