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RSM partners set up new investment advisory firm Chiltern Back  
The former managing partner of RSM Robson Rhodes Ireland, Raymond O’Neill, along with two other former partners of the chartered accountancy firm, David Butler and Julian Korek, are establishing a new global investment management advisory firm. Over the last five years, the three established a financial services group at Robson Rhodes.
Apart from investment from the management team, the new venture is also being funded by Chiltern plc, the UK independent professional services organization, which provides a comprehensive range of specialist business, tax and private client solutions. RSM Robson Rhodes, which recently moved to a new office in Herbert Street, and announced ambitious plans to double its annual fee income figure from €6 million, has yet to announce a replacement for O’Neill.

Chiltern already has a financial services team and is looking forward to maximising the synergies and opportunities presented by its joint ownership of this new group.

The new venture is a global boutique which, the management say, will distinguish itself in the marketplace from existing professional advisers in offering a closely tailored yet comprehensive range of services to its clients. These will include advisory, assurance, taxation, corporate finance, business consulting, corporate recovery and forensic services.

Apart from its Dublin office, the venture will also operate from London, the Cayman Islands, the Channel Islands and other key financial centres across the world.

The firm is undertaking a major recruitment drive, and recently advertised for a number of positions including professionals in tax advisory and compliance, corporate finance(including stock exchange listing agents) and audit and assurance.

The objective is to grow the business to 250 professionals, 40 of which will be based in Dublin, with a turnover in excess of ?25 million within the next three years.

The new venture will be part of Moores Rowland International (MRI), an international association of independent accounting and business practices, which has a presence in 90 countries across the world.

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