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13 October 2011

RSM International announces new Middle East Regional Director

RSM International, one of the world’s largest accounting, tax and consulting networks, has announced that Dr. Bassam Dahman will be the Regional Director for RSM Middle East and North Africa region from immediate effect.
10 October 2011

RSM Latin America discuss client needs at annual conference

RSM International, one of the world’s largest accounting, tax and consulting networks, recently held its annual Latin America Conference in Santiago, Chile.
7 October 2011

RSM International’s UK member awarded ‘National Firm of the Year’ at British Accountancy Awards

RSM Tenon, the UK member firm of RSM International, one of the world’s largest global accountancy networks, has been awarded the title of “National Firm of the Year” at the British Accountancy Awards 2011.

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11 September 2011

RSM APiK wins banking and finance award

RSM APiK, the Ukrainian member firm of RSM International, one of the world’s largest accounting, tax and consulting networks, received Banker Magazine’s “Best Audit Firm in the Banking and Finance Industry” Award.
1 September 2011

Clean Technology in Europe

Amid rising concerns about global climate change and growing anxieties over regional energy security, the European Union has launched a range of initiatives to spur adoption of clean technologies:
19 August 2011

Global business confidence - a local perspective from Hong Kong & China

The latest FT/Economist Global Business Barometer indicated a fall in confidence among businesses around the world. More than a third of respondents expect conditions to worsen.
12 August 2011

Facing up to business

Eighty per cent of my time is spent on the move. I am more often than not travelling between meetings with our member firms or potential members within RSM International, meeting their clients and key government or business leaders, and doing...
25 July 2011

Personality v qualification

The global economic crisis has left an unwelcome mark on the so-called “lost generation” of professionals. Graduate employment prospects in many affected countries are the bleakest they have ever been. That said, it is fast becoming clear that in...
14 July 2011

Contractual Clauses Favouring The Big Four Must Become Something of The Past

You may have seen a report in International Accounting Bulletin yesterday drawing attention to findings from Paul Gillis, a visiting professor of accounting at Peking University's Guanghua School of Mana
29 June 2011

Emerging markets tunnel vision: Don’t forget about Latin America

China’s booming economy continues to grow at a considerable rate and has helped pull much of the global economy away from the worst of the financial crisis. India’s youthful population has also buoyed many Western economists’ forecasts of continued...

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