RSM Global

A MAGNET FOR BUSINESS INVESTORS AND ENTREPRENEURS

UNDERSTANDING NORTH AMERICA

North America is dominated by three of the largest countries and economies on Earth in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Due to a well-developed infrastructure, abundant natural resources and high productivity, the region continues to be a magnet for investors and entrepreneurs. The middle market plays a large role in driving the growth of North American business. As the adviser of choice to the middle market, as well as being the largest middle market firm in the US, RSM helps its clients to capitalise on the region’s stability and success.

2018 RSM World Conference staged in Toronto

29 October 2018
Harnessing the power of RSM’s people to drive innovation and transformation in the middle market

RSM appoints new Global Leader for Quality and Risk

22 October 2018
RSM, the leading global network of audit, tax and consulting firms focused on the middle market, has appointed Marion Hannon as its Global Leader for Quality and Risk. Marion Hannon will oversee the continuous focus on audit quality across the network.

Issue 85 - IFRS News in Brief

22 October 2018
Breaking IFRS news from the past month; including publications, deadlines, announcements, comment letters from RSM, and decisions by the IASB.

Investing in our people to deliver success

26 September 2018
The theme for this year’s RSM World Day is ‘Putting Our People First’, based around our belief that through the development of our diverse talent we can create a culture of innovation, in which our people thrive and drive growth for our clients.

RSM strengthens presence in Canada

7 September 2018
Offices in Calgary, Red Deer and Edmonton join forces under the RSM brand

International VAT Update: June 2018

5 June 2018
Breaking VAT news from RSM's experts around the world, including updates from Portugal, Norway, UK, Italy, Australia, Canada, South Africa and Malaysia.

Re-imagining business models for GDPR and a data-driven age

4 June 2018
A blog by Jean Stephens, CEO. 2018 has been an eye-opener when it comes to protecting customer data. From middle market businesses to large corporations, cybersecurity and simple human error pose an increasing risk. With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) having come into effect last month, how can middle market businesses and fast-growing companies use this change to benefit them?

Storm GDPR and North America

22 May 2018
Over the last year, the risk landscape for US companies has evolved and shifted in focus. While the initial concerns surrounding GDPR compliance centred on the well-publicised penalties that could be levied by EU supervisory authorities, the realisation has developed more recently that the greater risk - at least initially - for US companies lies in legal and commercial consequences of non-compliance. 

Issue 80 - IFRS News in Brief

10 April 2018
Breaking IFRS news from the past month; including publications, deadlines, announcements, comment letters from RSM, and decisions by the IASB.

Giving globalisation meaning: re-emerging markets and the road to reglobalisation

13 March 2018
Reglobalisation will belong to those countries that adapt to the onset of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, those that understand globalisation’s pros and cons, and not those hiding behind walls of protectionism. Those who want to succeed must create business-friendly ecosystems, well-established and transparent market rules and steadfast connections to transnational economic networks.

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