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Practical Issues for Entrepreneurial Family Owned Companies - IBSA Conferen...

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The IBSA has been very proud of the quality of speakers and topics at its annual event, the November conference. This year it will be held again at the Landmark hotel, London. The theme of the conference is Practical Issues for Entrepreneurial Family Owned Companies, where we will be exploring matters such as what happens to the company in the event of divorce or death of the entrepreneur, protecting the company from competition, developing international holding and intellectual property companies, corporate finance and relevant international tax issues, and how the family can inherit the company in the most tax efficient manner. Our expert speakers from family and employment lawyers to intellectual property lawyers and international tax consultants will be examining these issues. We are in the early stages of planning this conference but please see our draft programme below.

This promises to be an exceptional conference with ancillary events for IBSA members and we look forward to seeing you there.

The programme:

9.15 Chairman’s Introduction

Introduction of case study for the day

Roy Saunders (Founder and Chairman of the IBSA)


9.30 How do I protect my company's intellectual property?

What can be protected and how - registration of patents and trademarks – passing off, copyright, design rights, image rights and confidential information – risk management – avoiding infringing rights of others – cost-benefit analysis

Jonathan Riley (Memery Crystal) & Chris McLeod (Elkington & Fife)


10.10 How can I incentivise my employees?

Stock option agreements – drag/tag along clauses – good/bad leavers – phantom share schemes – disguised remuneration rules

Bernhard Gilbey (Squire Patton Boggs) & Michael Lewis (Frank Hirth)


11.00 Refreshment Break


11.30 How can I maximise my after-tax earnings?

IP regimes (patent box) – holding companies – substance requirements – commercial use of double tax treaties

Wim Ritz (Vistra, Luxumbourg), Matthew Ledvina (Anaford) & Geraldine Schembri (EMCS Ltd)


12.10 What happens if my corporate structure is challenged?

Substance of corporate entities - double tax treaty access and denial - cross border treaty disputes - what to do when challenged by Revenue authorities - competent authorities and mutual agreement procedures

Roy Saunders (IFS Consultants) & Anthony Rose (Simmons Gainsford)


12.50 Lunch Break


14.00 What are the principal financial issues?

Tax effective reliefs for investors - investment insight for surplus cash - options and currency hedging strategies

Penny Lovell (Close Brothers), Simon Hughes (IFX Ltd) & John Young (Edwin Coe)


14.40 Where should I be resident if I want to sell up?

Immigration lawyer with tax consultant with citizenship advisor – social/personal issues – risks of being offshore resident

Matteo Rapinesi (Law Partners), Laszlo Kiss (Discus Holdings) & Maria Ines Assis (PLMJ)


15.20 Refreshment Break


15.50 What happens to my company if I divorce or die?

Pre/post nuptial agreements – shareholder agreements with partners/spouses – use of trusts or insurance to protect – use of redeemable, growth, tracking shares

Lucy Greenwood (International Family Law Group) & Alan Kaufman (Howard Kennedy)


16.20 How can my children inherit the company in the most tax efficient way

IHT planning – Wills and Letters of Wishes – use of Trusts

Nigel Sloam (Nigel Sloam & Co) & Liz Palmer (Howard Kennedy)


17.00 Event Close


This conference is kindly sponsored by our corporate firms Vistra and Close Brothers.

This conference has been approved with full conformity for 6 hours' accreditation under the CPD guidelines.

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