RSM Australia


Our transaction specialists in Corporate Finance offer a commercial, hands on and partner led service.
Our transaction approach is tailored to suit your needs and the unique set of issues and challenges you face.
Our transaction specialists offer clients a no-nonsense approach to providing pragmatic business advice, helping you get to where you want to be.

Our services include:

  • Business divestments
  • Capital market support & IPOs
  • Financial modelling & review
  • Forensics investigation & litigation support
  • Mergers & acquisitions
  • Transaction support & due diligence
  • Valuation & expert reports (click to download PDF)

Control Premium Study 2017

RSM’s 2017 Control Premium Study - a study of 463 successful transactions initiated in the 11 years to 30 June 2016.

Directors shouldn’t second-guess asset values

Regardless of their size, past acquisitions are coming back to haunt the financial statements of a growing number of ASX-listed companies.

Business Acquisition and Impairment Review 2016

2016 edition now available. Get your copy today. Gain key insights into the financial reporting impact of acquisitions made during the 2013, 2014 and 2015 financial years.

Industry snapshot - Technical and vocational education

A snapshot of the key statistics and current industry performance in the technical and vocational education sector.

Industry insight - Milk powder manufacturing

A snapshot of the key statistics and current industry performance in the milk powder manufacturing sector.

Managing change at board and executive level

RSM recently held a lunch featuring a panel including Paula Dwyer, Professor Judith Sloan and Fiona McGauchie with Catherine Walter as MC to discuss how to manage change at board and executive level. This is a synopsis of the event.

Victorian state budget review 2015

The bottom line The Victorian budget 2015-16 continues the prudent management of Victoria’s budget and the key goal of maintaining our AAA credit rating. The budget shows a projected surplus of around $1.2bn for 2015-16. This is on the back of an expected surplus of around $1bn for 2014-15.

Is your business ready for sale?

There are many reasons you might sell your business, including to capitalise on your investment and start a new business or another venture. Whatever the reason, the decision to sell your business does not come easily, and as the business owner, you want to make sure that you get the most out of the sale.

How to minimise the risk of aquisitions

Merger and acquisition activity is soaring in some sectors such as healthcare, while it is taking a backseat in other sectors such as mining services. In this climate, businesses must take a step back and evaluate the benefits and risks of making acquisitions in their sector.