RSM Egypt

COVID-19: Always One Step Ahead


The World Health Organization (WHO) have recently classified the current outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as a global pandemic. Whilst cases are on the rise across the world, caution and adequate process and procedures can reduce the likelihood of aiding in its continued spread.

With the rapid worldwide fallout caused by the COVID-19 pandemic posing a great threat to our economy, the Egyptian government has ordered public lockdowns, cuts on interest rates, taxes, and energy prices to contain its impact. At RSM Egypt, we have taken precautionary measures and shifted our business procedures to ensure the smooth sailing of both our client’s and employee’s daily operations. 

This is a necessary step to take in order to ensure the health and safety of our clients, as well as of our employees, their families and our community.

How this will impact our working relationship

Fortunate to be living in the age of technology, we have robust technology in place and are committed to providing exceptional client service, whether through face-to-face meetings or by embracing the latest technology remotely. Each of our service lines has established remote working guidelines to help ensure our continued ability to work with you and meet your deadlines during these challenging times.

In the spirit of transparency, we have asked RSM employees to work remotely and limit their time at client and government sites to the minimum critical activities necessary to complete our work. As circumstances change, we must adapt to meet our collective challenges and the needs of our valued clients.

At RSM Egypt we are committed to delivering on our promise and will continue to tailor our approach to meet your specific needs. To learn more about our approach or wish to contact us:

Download COVID-19: Update

Helping you through disruption

RSM has developed insight and guidance to help you navigate through a rapidly changing global business landscape. Insight from around the world can be found on the Coronavirus global resource centre.

It includes insights on business continuity planning, tax and regulatory guidance, industry impact and economic impact. 

We value our continued relationship with you, and we are committed to staying in touch with you as this situation evolves.

We continue to wish you, your teams and your loved ones all the very best

How can we help you?

Contact us by phone +2(02) 2521 15 10 or submit your questions, comments, or proposal requests.

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