Three former partners of accounting group RSM Robson Rhodes has teamed up with offshore tax firm Chi...
Three former partners of accounting group RSM Robson Rhodes has teamed up with offshore tax firm Chiltern to provide an fully-featured advisory service focusing on hedge funds, venture capital and boutiques.
Raymond O'Neill, David Butler and Julian Korek have all left RSM Robson to work with Chiltern to provide alternative investment managers advice on taxation, corporate finance, business consulting, corporate recovery as well as forensic services.
The team will allow a pick-and-mix approach by its clients, allowing them to choose only those services that they need rather than charging them for a complete package of services.
Global accounting group Moores Rowland International is to provide the business with additional support. The group is to operate from London, Dublin, the Cayman Islands and the Channel Islands.
The firm is also undertaking a major recruitment drive with the objective of growing the business to 250 professionals with a turnover in excess of £25m within the next three years.
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