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UNDERSTANDING EUROPE

PROVIDING YOU WITH INSIGHT INTO DIFFERING RULES AND REGULATIONS

As one of the most diverse regions in the world, Europe offers significant opportunities for business growth and expansion. However, the diversity of the region with varying currencies, regulations and stages of economic growth, can make Europe a very complex place for businesses to thrive.

With over 9,000 staff across the region, RSM assists businesses to anticipate and understand these complexities, in order to succeed in the largest consumer market in the world.

RSM network connects for day of global celebrations

19 September 2012
On 20 September 2012, RSM will bring together its accounting network of 32,000 colleagues across 700 offices in 94 countries as part of RSM World Day – a celebration of the growth and success of the integrated network and an opportunity to showcase its capabilities and expertise around the world.

RSM UK member firm backs Fast Track 100 entrepreneurs

8 August 2012
I am delighted to see that UK member firm, RSM Tenon, are involved in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100, alongside other sponsors; Barclays and Virgin.

Seeking an economic legacy for London 2012

12 July 2012
The 2010 World Cup revived South Africa's image, Euro 2012 recently showcased Poland and Ukraine and the 2016 Games are expected to mark Brazil’s arrival as a major world player. ‘Mega events’ clearly offer benefits to developing economies, from improved infrastructure to consumer and tourist confidence, but what about the developed world?

RSM strengthens presence in Central Europe, Mediterranean and Balkans

11 June 2012
RSM International, one of the world's largest audit, tax and advisory networks, has admitted ‘Hodicon’ and their affiliate 'Infokorp' as a member firm in Croatia. This is part of RSM’s expansion strategy in Central Europe, Mediterranean and Balkans. The network has recently added representatives in Bulgaria and Macedonia.

RSM congratulates the European Business Awards National Finalists

1 June 2012
I would like to congratulate the leaders of the 627 companies across Europe that have made it through the initial judging process to become National Finalists for their respective countries in the 2012/13 European Business Awards.

EU Audit Market proposals: "No change is not an option"

31 May 2012
Yesterday, I and the CEOs of Grant Thornton, BDO, Mazars, and Rödl & Partners, along with the CEO of EGIAN (European Group of International Accounting Networks) met with MEPs in Brussels to discuss mid-tier accountancy firm’s positions on EC audit proposals.

Austerity alone will not lead growth

24 May 2012
European governments are facing a clamour of calls to ditch austerity measures and start spending. The most rational of these calls are from those who wish to find a middle ground, understanding that is very hard to nurture economic growth without some form of stimulus.

Resource rich Australia grapples with a two speed economy

16 May 2012
Last month GE reported a 26% rise in revenue from Australia. The resource rich nation exceeded China revenue by US$100 million, and the company expects Australia will surpass China again in 2012.

Guest post: Financial Transaction Tax: Learning crucial lessons from Sweden’s misadventure...

2 May 2012
For many years Europe has struggled to introduce financial transaction tax (also known as FTT and Tobin tax). In 1984 when Sweden first installed FTT, it set off a chain reaction of events which effectively strangled its domestic financial markets until the tax was eliminated, six damaging years later.

EUROPEAN BUSINESS AWARDS - OPEN FOR ENTRIES FOR 2012

29 February 2012
The European Business Awards are now open for entries from businesses across the EU.

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