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Family businesses are increasingly confident despite coronavirus pandemic

New research from @RSMuk and @NyenrodeBU Business University has found that family businesses are emerging from the #coronavirus crisis stronger than they were predicting three months ago.

Education supremo Sir David Carter urges closer collaboration

Sir David Carter, the former national school’s commissioner, has urged multi academy trusts (MATs) to be more open and to work more closely together to better understand risk and thus achieve their ultimate success. His comments were made as part of a new academic report by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

RSM strengthens education offering with key partner promotion

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has promoted Louise Tweedie to partner to help drive the firm’s future direction and growth strategy. The promotion took effect on 1 September 2019.

Spotlight on FE executive pay seems to be the direction of travel

Focus on pay in the education sector has increased significantly in recent years.

Teachers' pensions scheme consultation closes

As the Department for Education’s (DfE) consultation  on the increase to employer contributions to the Teachers’ Pension Scheme in 2019 to 2020: closes today (12 February), Stephanie Mason, head of further education at RSM questions whether the current proposal will solve the underlining financial burden that the growing pension contributions is having across the sector:

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