Ryecroft Glenton Corporate Finance (RGCF) has promoted a talented dealmaker, who has advised on a number of high-profile transactions across a range of industry sectors over the past 12 months.
Friday 16th December is officially Christmas Jumper Day where people dress up in festive knits and raise money for Save the Children. Following the success of last year’s event our staff have decided to support this worthy cause again.
Ryecroft Glenton Corporate Finance, working alongside Swinburne Maddison LLP, has advised on the sale of two divisions of Midlands-based Flex Recruitment Plus Ltd to Midland Personnel Ltd, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Walsall-based First Holdings (UK) Ltd, trading as People Solutions Group.
Stephen Callaghan - Senior Manager, Business Services
Ryecroft Glenton Corporate Finance (RGCF) has recorded one of its most successful years to date, based on deal volumes and fees generated.
For the third year running, on October 21st, Ryecroft Glenton staff swapped their usual office attire for something pink and had fun raising money for breast cancer awareness.
Ryecroft Glenton Corporate Finance has advised on a Management Buy Out (MBO) at a successful Northampton-based staffing business, which has led to a strong period of growth.
On Sunday 11 September, Dan Cooper, one of our senior managers, joined 57,000 others to take part in the Great North Run and raised money for the Butterwick Hospice.
Ryecroft Glenton, one of the North East’s largest independent firms of chartered accountants and business advisers, has expanded its training programme and recruited a new tax expert.
MTrec Ltd, one of the North East’s leading providers of staffing and training solutions, has been acquired by Japanese-listed, Trust Tech Inc., in a £17.1m deal that is expected to create a number of jobs in the North East of England over the coming months.
InterQuest Group plc, the AIM-listed technology staffing company, has acquired Rees Draper Wright Ltd, as part of its international growth strategy.
Ryecroft Glenton once again took part in Newcastle Falcons' Community Foundation Summer of Touch competition earlier this summer.
Jon Routledge - Senior Manager, Business and Assurance Services
Ryecroft Glenton Corporate Finance has advised on the Management Buy Out (MBO) of national engineering and technical consultancy, Project EMC, which will trigger a three-year growth programme.
Ryecroft Glenton Corporate Finance has advised on the sale of education staffing business, Classic Education, to AIM-listed Servoca plc. Servoca plc is a specialist recruitment and outsourcing solutions provider.
Kathryn Kirk - tax manager
The fourth Belsay Horse Trials were held on the weekend of 4 and 5 June 2016 in the picturesque setting of Belsay Hall/Gardens.
Ryecroft Glenton was delighted to support the event once again as Platinum Sponsor.
Enjoy a fabulous day out at Alnwick Castle to view the fabulous Flower Festival and support the SSAFA (Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association), the Armed Forces Charity, Northumberland Branch.
Ryecroft Glenton Partner Geoff Cawthorn invited guests to attend the Haydon Point to Point meeting at Hexham Racecourse on 22 May 2016.
David Armstrong - Partner
Alex Simpson - Corporate Finance Executive
In a new study a motor insurance company reviewed more than a million motorists’ policies and has found that accountants are the most accident prone drivers in the UK.
Next month a number of changes will be introduced which impact on the operation of payroll by employers. We set out the major changes in our article.
To many people, it makes perfect sense to align the tax year with the calendar year. In fact several countries, including Austria, Brazil, China, Germany, Ireland, Japan and Switzerland, have chosen the tax year end of 31 December. So why does the UK tax year end on 5 April?
Claire Charlton - Tax partner
IT recruitment consultancy E-Resourcing Ltd has announced it is retaining the services of corporate finance specialists, Ryecroft Glenton Corporate Finance, as it drives ambitious plans for growth.
This Budget looked as if it would be a difficult one for the Chancellor, faced as he was with disappointing economic numbers and the need to avoid ruffling feathers ahead of June’s in/out referendum. What was to have been the big announcement – reform of pensions – was kicked into the long grass a few weeks ago. Nevertheless, Mr Osborne did spring a few surprises, including some tax reductions.
Ryecroft Glenton, one of the North East’s largest independent firms of chartered accountants and business advisers, has welcomed experienced auditor and client services manager, Dan Cooper to its specialist team.
The advisory fuel rates for journeys undertaken on or after 1 March 2016 are:
Many people reading this will have had to write substantial cheques to HMRC on 31 January. Click on the link for ten tips that could help to make next year's cheque slightly less painful.
Ryecroft Glenton Corporate Finance is on course to deliver its most successful year to date having advised on a number of high profile transactions.
Tax manager - Gordon Wilkinson
Most of us think we would know how to recognise genuine contact from HMRC, and be able to tell whether it's a phishing or bogus email. Scammers however are getting better so HMRC have published some things to look out for...
Make some New Year's Resolutions that will save you money!
Date change for automatic enrolment contribution increase.