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Exeter – Essential 6-monthly Finance Directors’ Update

Navigating turbulent times - making sense amid the chaos

When we meet at this round of essential FD update seminars, the October 31 deadline for leaving the EU will have come and gone. At the time of writing, no one knows the terms on which we will leave, or whether we will have left at all.

Meanwhile, the millions of businesses across Great Britain and Northern Ireland have to get on with their day jobs.

This round of seminars will, as always, provide you with key updates and issues affecting FDs and business owners as shown in the programme below. We will also endeavour to include any relevant Brexit updates and will take questions from the audience.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Programme

Corporate Tax

Corporate Tax

  • Tax risks and opportunities on commercial property transactions
  • Changes to tax reliefs for industrial buildings
  • New rules affecting overseas property investors
Financial Reporting

Financial Reporting

  • Accounting and financial reporting update
VAT

VAT

  • Brexit – customs duty
  • International
  • MTD
Payroll

Payroll

  • Off payroll working – the future of employment status
  • Termination payments – not just taxing
  • Salary sacrifice – are you missing an opportunity to save money?
Business Protection

Business Protection

  • Mitigating risks, should a key decision maker fall absent
  • Key individuals and debt coverage
  • Structuring things correctly to avoid costly pitfalls
Corporate Finance

Corporate Finance

  • Equity and debt funding update in a tightening market
  • Longer term planning – strategies for FDs in times of uncertainty
Cyber & GDPR

Cyber & GDPR

  • Practical issues around cyber security currently
  • GDPR – doing business with US and implications with Europe post Brexit

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Date

Nov 21 2019

Time

8:45 am - 1:00 pm

Location

Exeter Racecourse
Exeter Racecourse, Kennford, Exeter, EX6 7XS

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