RSM adds partners Nick Webb, Rick Kimberley and Rita Choueiri

19 July 2022 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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The partnership of RSM has been strengthened by three new recruits: Nick Webb, Rick Kimberley and Rita Choueiri.

Nick Webb joins RSM’s Financial Services practice. He is based in Brisbane, where the accounting and consulting firm now has eight partners.

Webb has spent the last twelve years as owner and operator of financial planning business Stonehouse, which he established after a career in finance working for the Queensland Treasury. He advises clients on wealth accumulation, retirement planning, and self-managed superannuation.

Nick Webb, Rick Kimberley and Rita Choueiri - RSM

Rick Kimberley and Rita Choueiri have been appointed partners in RSM’s Melbourne office, which as a result sees its partner tally grow to twenty-nine.

Kimberley has extensive experience assisting clients with both employment tax and expatriate tax matters. At RSM, he leads the firm’s Australian Global Employer Services practice. He previously worked for three Big Four firms in their Melbourne offices: EY (where he latterly was a director in the People Advisory Services practice), Deloitte, and KPMG.

Choueiri has joined RSM’s R&D Tax and Government Incentives team in Tax Services. She specialises in helping companies identify R&D opportunities, determine project eligibility and set up systems and processes to maximise tax offsets and minimise exposure. She previously served William Buck for six years and PwC for ten years.

As a trained chemist, Choueiri is able to bring a technical approach to the field of grants, subsidies and R&D law.