RSM New Zealand

Specialist services

We understand that you and your company's needs are unique.

To cater for your specialist requirements, we provide specialist services including;

  • Escrow services
  • Probity services
  • Trust account serivces
  • Trust administration functions

Not all of our services are listed on this website.  If you have a specific requirement and can not find it here, please contact us

SecurityBrief - Blockchain

14 September 2017
SecurityBrief Australia recently published the article below:

PBE Accounting Standards Adoption –The good, the bad, and the ugly

29 May 2017
New Zealand is now two years into our new accounting framework for Public Benefit Entities being applicable.  So how has it gone?  What has the experience been to date?  What can we learn from the adoption so far?

Fundraising Magazine - PBE Accounting Standards Adoption

29 May 2017
Fundraising New Zealand magazine has been New Zealand's premiere independent monthly subscriber publication for the not-for-profit sector, and associated support organisations and individuals, since 2002.

Narrow-scope amendments to the presentation of financial statements for for-profit entities

10 May 2017
An initiative was launched internationally to explore how disclosures in IFRS can be amended to improve the way in which information is disclosed and presented in financial statements. Narrow-scope amendments to IAS 1 were issued by the IASB and approved by the NZASB for use in NZ IFRS.

New to a registered charity? Charities Services April Newsletter

1 May 2017
DIA Charities Services April Newsletter clearly outlined the following:

Trustees and dementia?

16 November 2016
The role of trustee implicitly involves decision making – taking multiple sources of information into account, making a considered decision, understanding the implications of that decision, and being held accountable for it.

Trustees - appointment and retirement

9 November 2016
How to retire as a trustee

Simple asset and estate planning

2 November 2016
Key documents and making sure they work together Traditionally, an individual had two documents recording their wishes for the protection and distribution of their assets – a Will, to provide direction when its maker was dead, and a Power of Attorney, to provide direction when its maker was alive but lacked mental capacity.

The Tindall Foundation Survey 'Inspiring Generosity'

26 July 2016
The Tindall Foundation is asking for 10 minutes of your time to complete their online survey 'Inspiring Generosity'

How much should we have in cash reserves?

28 June 2016
One of the vexed questions for boards of not-for-profit entities is what level of reserves the entity should hold as operational insurance. 

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