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RSM posts record revenues as consulting services power growth

RSM has reported record global revenues of $5.37 billion for 2018...
28 January 2019

RSM breaks through US$5bn global revenue

RSM has delivered growth in every business line, reflecting RSM’s commitment to help middle...
15 January 2018

RSM European Business Resilience Survey

This report is part of the RSM European Business Resilience Survey. The aim of the survey is to...
5 October 2015

Rebuilding the Global Economy

Insights from an international comparative study of business ‘birth’ and ‘death’ rates....
5 October 2015

Communication is pivotal for global manufacturer

Case study details   Sector: Engineering and ManufacturingClient: One of the largest...
5 October 2015

Speed is key for global logistics company

Case study details   Client: One of the largest providers of warehousing services in the United...
5 October 2015

Global manufacturer relies on trusted relationships

Case study details   Client: A global manufacturer and distributor, with over 55,000 products...
5 October 2015

The Transpacific Partnership

In June 2015 the U.S. Congress granted fast track authority to President Barack Obama, clearing the...
23 September 2015

Cross-Border Flows and Client Services

This article examines the impact of cross-border flows on client demand for accounting, tax and...
1 November 2013

Productivity Growth in the Developed Economies

RSM International’s “Prospects for the World Economy” (Talking Points, January 2013) offers a sober forecast for GDP growth in the advanced industrialized countries...
1 March 2013

Non-EEA Investment and Entrepreneurship in Ireland

The Republic of Ireland is experiencing a slow recovery from the global credit crisis. Following a 10 percent GDP contraction in 2008-10, Ireland’s economy grew by 1.4 percent in 2011. Amid the...
1 November 2012

Private Equity in the Post-Crisis Period

Private equity acquired an unfavourable public reputation during the years preceding the 2008 financial crash. Critics indicted private equity houses for overleveraging distressed companies...
1 September 2012

The client-consultant relationship

On a daily basis I am reminded how fortunate I am to work with such a diverse range of personalities that comes with working in an international network – and particularly those that make up the...
21 April 2011

Economic Impact of the World Cup

International sporting events offer significant potential benefits to host countries: modernization of infrastructure; upgrading of tourist facilities; increased foreign commerce; heightened global...
1 August 2010