RSM Latin America Blog

Rafa Bravo counts down to swimming the Santa Catalina Channel

5 July 2022
On July 7, Rafael Bravo, Director of Special Projects with RSM Mexico and an open water swimmer, will aim to complete a 30-km swim to cross the Santa Catalina Channel, in nearly 14 hours.

Merger strengthens RSM’s footprint in Brazil

23 May 2022
RSM Brazil has today announced that it is bolstering its expertise and accelerating further growth in Latin America by merging with the audit and consulting Firm, Pemom.

RSM Brazil obtains Great Place to Work Certification

23 March 2022
RSM Brazil started a cultural revolution that led them to the Great Place to Work certification. They reached sustainable development by improving social standards.

Leadership: Knowing the expert, not being the expert

13 January 2022
Know from Candice Eaton Gaul, RSM Diversity and Inclusion Leader, how leading a diverse and multi-skilled team as well as making the right questions can lead to better results.

The power of resilience in business

30 November 2021
The global health crisis we have been experiencing for nearly two years has taught us all what the word “resilience” really means. For business leaders  in Latin America however, they have been practicing it long before COVID-19.

Sporting lessons to move your business forward

10 November 2021
Reflecting on Rafa Bravo’s gruelling 30 mile swim around the 20 Bridges of Manhattan, Regional Leader Eileen Turkot explains how business leaders should seek to learn lessons from the world of sport.

Female leadership in Latin America, an expectation turned demand

12 May 2021
Women in Latin America represent more than half of the population so why are their opportunities in business still so limited? Virginia Bernardini from RSM Mexico, speaks to five female leaders from LATAM to get their insight.