The healthcare sector is rapidly changing and becoming increasingly complex as a result

Providers and commissioners of healthcare face the challenges of rising public expectations, an ageing population, advances in medical technology and a continuing drive to achieve greater efficiency in the delivery of public services. Piling the pressure on a sector at the sharp end The UK’s healthcare sector has performed relatively robustly in recent years and […]

Andrew HoskingPartner, Quantuma

Capital Gains Tax: how will the business landscape respond to change?

Ian Barton, managing director at Quantuma, discusses the potential changes to capital gains tax, and how owner managers may need to accelerate exit plans to avoid expected rises. Last month, the chancellor put business owners on notice by publishing his letter to the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) where he asked the OTS to undertake […]

Jonathan ThorntonPartner, Quantuma

Weekly Webinar – Buying a business out of administration: how businesses can take advantage of post-lockdown opportunities

As we are eased out lockdown, you are invited to join Ian Barton and Simon Bonney, partners in our corporate finance and restructuring and insolvency teams respectively, discuss what they have been seeing in the market since the lockdown period began in March. Focusing on buying a business out of administration as we find our way out of […]

Mark LucasPartner, Quantuma

Quantuma joins IR as the exclusive Financial Due Diligence member in England

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Jonathan Thornton of Quantuma. Jonathan has joined IR as our exclusive Financial Due Diligence member in England. Jonathan is a transaction services specialist; his expertise includes transactions advisory, including financial due diligence, valuations, vendor due diligence and IPO working capital reviews. He has […]

Jonathan ThorntonPartner, Quantuma

Rats In Lab Coats

A look at published scientific papers and the mischief that taints what should be science. The idea is for the reader to be educated and more sceptical about the phrase “According to a study…….”     Full Article