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UNDERSTANDING EUROPE

Your passport to trade

The European Union is your passport into one of the most important free-trade zones on the planet. With 28 member states*, more than 20 million SMEs and over 500 million consumers, it offers your business a huge market of potential customers and suppliers.

RSM’s strength across the EU – combined with our global reach – means we’re ideally placed to help your business grow both in Europe and internationally.

We understand that Europe isn’t one region. Different economies are developing at different rates, and where there is risk, there is also opportunity. We can help you navigate the risks involved in the varying currencies, jurisdictions and legislation across different countries – and take full advantage of the countless opportunities on offer.

These opportunities vary from new tax structures and complex incentive schemes to lower bureaucratic hurdles for doing business in certain countries.

Mid-market organisations make up a large majority of the businesses across Europe, and are proving to be the engines for growth and the backbone of recovery. In this increasingly dynamic financial landscape, we will be your trusted adviser, understanding your priorities and helping you plot your path to future success.

Indirect Tax Update - July 2016

15 July 2016
Breaking news from the RSM Europe VAT Group, including updates from the UK, Germany, Norway, Hungary, Russia, Netherlands and EU.

Cyber risk in the leisure and hospitality sector

28 June 2016
Cyber crimes are growing on a global scale and the leisure and hospitality sector is not immune to this. There are particular, and very real threats to consider. Large customer databases and high transaction volumes present across the sector make data particularly attractive to criminals.

RSM congratulates Europe's best businesses

22 June 2016
Jean M Stephens
RSM would like to congratulate all of the finalists and the overall category winners of the EBA. The calibre of the businesses present this year was outstanding and a true demonstration of entrepreneurialism, innovation and leadership. All those involved are a credit to their country and we wish them every success for the future.

12 best businesses in Europe's biggest business competition named

20 June 2016
Europe’s 12 best businesses are celebrating after being named winners in the 2015/16 European Business Awards, sponsored by RSM, at an exclusive awards ceremony in Milan last night attended by prominent businesses leaders, European ambassadors and government ministers.

132 businesses to compete at Grand Final of European Business Awards

1 June 2016
132 businesses from 32 European countries are hoping to be named a winner in Europe’s biggest and toughest business competition, the European Business Awards, sponsored by RSM, at its Gala Event Final on 17 June in Milan, Italy.

Indirect Tax Update - April 2016

26 April 2016
Breaking news from the RSM EU VAT Group, including updates from the European Union, UK, Belgium, Netherlands and China.

Leading firm in Ireland joins RSM

21 April 2016
RSM, the sixth largest network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms, comprising 38,500 staff in 120 countries, has announced that Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon is to become its member firm in Ireland.

The European Business Awards 2016-17 are open

6 April 2016
The European Business Awards and lead sponsor RSM have today announced the opening of the 10th European Business Awards; Europe’s largest business competition, showcasing Europe’s best.

Indirect Tax Update - February 2016

17 February 2016
This edition of the RSM EU VAT Group's Indirect Tax Update includes Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Hungary, Italy and the UK.

110 businesses reach the final of European Business Awards

9 February 2016
110 businesses have been announced as the finalists and Ruban d’Honneur recipients in the 2015/16 European Business Awards sponsored by RSM. The finalists were chosen from 678 National Champions by an esteemed panel of judges made up of European business and political leaders, academics and entrepreneurs. 

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