You may be aware that the introduction of Financial Reporting Standard 102 (FRS 102) has resulted in fundamental changes to the taxation of investments held by companies.
These changes, which are detrimental for a number of reasons and which may have tax implications for businesses, come into force for accounting periods commencing on or after 1 January 2016. As a result they are already very relevant to many companies.
It is essential that you understand these changes in order that you are best positioned and aware of the impact of the new regulatory framework allowing you to take any actions necessary.
The Workshop's Key Areas of Focus
An explanation of the new rules along with the day to day implications.
Why every company holding investments or large cash holdings on a short or long term basis, needs to take action now
An explanation of the variety of options available to clients with affected funds
Who should attend?
Directors and company accountants of firms that hold investments within their business or maintain large cash holdings.
Accountants, solicitors, business consultants, commercials banking relationship managers and commercial finance specialists who may have clients holding investment.
Arrival: 8.00 am for an 8.30 am start with the opportunity to network over tea, coffee and pastries.