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RSM (formerly known as Baker Tilly Isle of Man) is a network of audit, tax and consulting experts.
RSM has firms in over 120 countries and are in each of the top 40 major business centres throughout the world. Their head office is in 50 Cannon Street, London.
RSM provides advice on a wide range of issues from audit and assurance, consulting, tax, risk advisory, IFRS, restructuring, transaction and business to financial advisory solutions.
Along with core services, their member firms also offer a wide range of specialist services, such as wealth management, IT consulting, legal advisory, forensic accounting and human resource consulting.
With 820 offices across America, Europe, MENA, Africa and Asia Pacific, RSM has a combined staff of over 48,000.
In a challenging environment, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, undertaking risk management reviews and maximising scheme funding can all help with the stewardship of a pension scheme.
RSM's global team claim to have the knowledge and experience required to help pension scheme trustees stay ahead.
They have a partnership approach to working with pension scheme trustees. Scheme management and corporate scheme sponsors helps RSM's pensions team stay aware of the issues and concerns that matter to their clients.
RSM's services for pension schemes include:
2. Risk management:
3. Covenant assessment:
RSM's pensions group has a dedicated covenant assessment services team who act for over 1,000 pension schemes.
We would recommend reading the expert verdict section of this review for more information.
Baker Tilly Isle of Man (now known as RSM) offer a wide range of retirement solutions, including:
RSM (formerly known as Baker Tilly) is primarily a very good accountancy network.
Through its Isle of Man office it delivers retirement solutions and services, but it's a small part of the overall business.
We believe that there are better providers and solutions in the market.
Never deal with a firm that isn’t authorised as a UK pension transfer specialist.
Our advice would be to seek professional, fee-based and independent advice if you have an existing QROPS with RSM. For pensions worth £250,000 or more, we recommend contacting us for a Second Opinion.