Charles Russell Speechlys is pleased to maintain its ranking in a number of different tables within the AIM Advisers Rankings Guide – April 2015.
Charles Russell Speechlys is pleased to maintain its ranking in a number of different tables within the AIM Advisers Rankings Guide – April 2015, including in key areas of focus Basic Materials, Consumer Services and Technology. The rankings confirm that the firm continues to be a market leader in the AIM market.
This edition sees the firm enter a new category in the ranking for Financial Services, thanks to strong relationships with clients such as India Capital Growth Fund Ltd, Mineral & Financial Investments Ltd, Origo Partners Plc and Reabold Resources Plc.
The total number of AIM clients has also increased from the last edition, demonstrating our continued growth in the market and our ability to maintain a strong working relationship throughout the company’s life on the public market.
The AIM community is a very important focus for the firm as the pre-eminent market for SMEs. We continue to invest and take an active role supporting companies in their growth cycle through sponsoring networks such as London Stock Exchange’s ELITE programme.
Charles Russell Speechlys is especially well placed to advise entrepreneurs/founders on optimising their personal wealth through tax efficient structures in preparation for a liquidity event.
Our award-winning Private Wealth group is the largest in the UK, with a key priority to protect, manage and grow business owners’ wealth for the future, ensuring our business advice is in line with personal objectives
News & Insights
Place of taxation of brokerage commissions
The new version of Article 21 the Cantonal and Communal Income Tax Harmonisation Act (CCITHA) will enter into force on 1 January 2019.
Art Law Newsletter - December 2018
Welcome to the latest edition of our Art Law Newsletter.
Collective insanity: the problem with offshore income gains - and what the Government hasn’t done about it
Sweeping changes to the taxation of non-UK resident trusts with UK resident settlors not rectified in latest Finance Act.