Following a number of difficult years for business leaders, the global, and UK, political and economic landscapes continue to be complex and uncertain. This inevitably adds to the challenges, and opportunities, management teams must seek to navigate every day.
For finance leaders, like you, that means ensuring you understand the impact of key changes across tax and financial reporting, as well as keeping a watchful eye on emerging issues and best practice in governance.
We are therefore delighted to invite you to our hugely popular annual Insights for Finance Leaders seminar, where our panel of experts will lead discussions on:
- Current and future changes to accounting and corporate reporting standards, with a focus on issues for December 2023 year ends onwards
- Key developments across the tax landscape, including corporate taxes, VAT, employment taxes, and more. We will share what businesses are doing to optimise their tax position and mitigate tax risk at a time when HMRC are raising targeted enquiries
- The regulatory and social pressures on the prevention and detection of fraud, the impact of the failure to prevent offence, and the broader trends we are seeing in corporate fraud
We hope you can join us in person. Please feel free to forward this on to your colleagues.
Assurance and accounting
Adrian has substantial experience in advising and working with a diverse range of clients, operating in a wide range of sectors. His experience encompasses oil and gas, e-commerce, pharmaceuticals, education, social enterprise and charities. He works closely with owner-managed businesses and AIM-listed companies, as well as not-for-profit entities.
Brendan is part of the specialist forensics team at Evelyn Partners, which comprises accountants, investigators and computer forensics professionals. A specialist in forensic accounting, he qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2009 and also has experience in dispute resolution services, asset tracing and criminal defence.
Hugh is an indirect tax specialist with 17 years’ experience providing both domestic and global tax advisory services. He has a wealth of experience in advising clients on their UK and Global VAT compliance obligations and on complex technical issues. Hugh has worked with clients across various sectors such as FinTech/digital platform companies, private equity funds/asset managers and manufacturing.
John advises on executive incentivisation and employment tax issues for a broad range of clients. He also has particular expertise in structuring investment funds, including carried interest and co-investment. He is a member of the income tax sub-committee of the Law Society and is frequently involved in discussions with the Government on new legislation affecting investment funds and the taxation of employment income.
Siobhan has substantial experience advising businesses on their tax affairs. She has a wide breadth of experience, initially working for the Big Four in both audit and tax services. She advises on all types of business tax issues, from compliance to planning.