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MHA Financial Directors Update Course

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Date:
September 23
Time:
8:30 am - 12:00 pm

September 23 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

MHA’s Finance Director update courses are designed to keep your technical knowledge up to date to help you comply with the everchanging regulatory environment in the worlds of Financial Reporting and Tax.

With expert speakers from across MHA, this event will focus on the latest developments in Tax, Brexit, sustainability and the evolving legislation and reporting requirements, as well as an update on UK company law and accounting standards.

The course is intended not only to alert you to regulatory changes, but to highlight points which can be used in practice. It is particularly aimed at those involved with businesses using IFRS and slightly larger entities using UK GAAP either under FRS101 or FRS102 but will be relevant to all FDs and CFOs.

The session will give you 3 hours of verifiable CPD and help you navigate the many complex issues you and your teams will encounter.

Who should attend?

This course is specifically designed to meet the needs of Finance Directors and CFO’s where good all-round knowledge of financial
reporting, governance and tax is a necessity.

Fees

These workshops are free of charge for Finance Directors and CFO’s, however places are limited. Please register early to avoid disappointment.

Webinar Platform:
Ring Central – Accessible for free via a PC,
Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device.

Register here:

https://mha-uk.co.uk/event/finance-director-update-september-2021/

Speakers

Bob Trunchion – Tax Partner

Whilst Bob qualified in the audit department of a big four firm, he soon moved to their Corporation Tax Department, His move to MHA in 1985 has rounded off his knowledge so that he is well versed in all aspects of tax. As well as advising clients on a consultancy basis, Bob is mainly involved in heading up tax training both in the firm and in our specialist training arm. He also spearheads the firm’s offering in training non financial managers and directors in understanding accounts (Financial Training Services) on all manner of transactions. Whilst he is deeply involved in training, he has appeared on national radio and television talking about IHT. Bob believes that simple solutions are often the best ones with taxation.

Neil Parsons, Director and Head of Financial Reporting Advisory and Company Law

Neil joined MHA in 2020 as the Director and Head of Financial Reporting Advisory and Company Law and is responsible for client facing financial reporting project work and company law matters related to all forms of company reporting. Neil helps clients of all sizes (including large, listed companies) cut through the complexities of financial reporting so as to provide technically and commercially solutions which are understandable.

Alastair Wilson, Partner

Alastair joined MHA as a Partner in 2011 having worked at two of the ‘Big 4′ accountancy firms. He has over 15 years’ experience in advising some of the largest and most influential businesses in the North East of England. He specialises in many areas including Corporate Tax Compliance, efficiency and reporting.

Rich Hall, Head of Sustainability and Stakeholder Assurance

Rich joined MHA in September 2020 to lead our Sustainability, Corporate Responsibility and Climate Change work. A former ‘big four’ Risk Assurance Director, Rich started, built and led their Northern Sustainability Practice and was ultimately responsible for their Performance Assurance line of service. Drawing on over 30 years cross sector, multi discipline experience. He has worked and led teams both internationally and within the UK, working with some of the largest and most complex businesses across their global footprints.

Adam Lloyd, Private Client Tax Professional

Adam has over 30 years’ experience in VAT and other indirect taxes, encompassing roles in both industry and practice as well as directly for HMRC.  His experience includes 12 years at a ‘big four’ firm and a number of years at other major financial institutions such as UBS, Lloyds and Deutsche Bank. Adam is particularly focussed on the implications of Brexit, Making Tax Digital and the penalty regimes which has added to the complexity of indirect taxes. He joined MHA in July 2021 to provide focussed and bespoke solutions for organisations of all types and sizes, helping them meet their obligations whilst ensuring VAT doesn’t become more of a burden – financially or otherwise – than necessary.