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23/04/2020 - 24/04/2020
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The practice conference is the must-attend event of the year for accountancy practitioners across Wales. We are relocating in 2020 to increase the number of attendee places available and offer relevant exhibition spaces to increase delegate experiences and bring more best practice ideas to this popular event. All within 4 star accommodation and easy reach of the M4.
As an attendee you can expect:
Contact: Emma Friedl
Delegate costIn order to comply with the VAT rule known as TOMS (Tour Operator Margin Scheme) delegates are required to pay for their accommodation directly with the hotel.
Therefore, the total cost to attend the residential conference needs to be taken in two separate payments:• The conference fee (paid to the SWSCA in advance of the conference). • Accommodation costs including all your catering requirements (paid to the hotel directly upon departure).
For further details of costs, email email@example.com.
Thursday 23 April 2020
Friday 24 April 2020
Kevin Igoe, MD of PFP LimitedKevin joined PfP Limited in 1995 and was appointed Managing Director in 2013. Prior to that he worked at HMRC and one of the 'top 4' accountancy firms. He has seen over 18,000 HMRC investigations and enquiries. He is Chairman of the UK Tax Investigations Conference and is seen as one of the UK's leading experts in HMRC Tax Investigations and Enquiries.
Tim Palmer, Senior Partner, Palmer Consultancy PartnershipTim is one of the UK's best known and popular tax presenters. He lectures frequently all over the UK on a wide variety of taxation subjects. He has been presenting such tax lectures for over 25 years now.
Previously, Tim was a senior Tax Manager with Howarth Clark Whitehill LLP, advising on all areas of tax and NIC for the firm to their clients. He was also a member of the tax department of P&O where he specialised in Corporation Tax and the Construction Industry, being involved in the Bovis Construction Industry tax deduction scheme within the P&O Group.
Tim has written numerous articles in the Tax Press particularly with regard to his specialist areas of CIS, ‘self-employed status issues’, NIC and PAYE matters, IHT and Corporation Tax.
Nick Reynolds, QAD Reviewer, ICAEWNick joined ICAEW in 2007 as a QAD reviewer. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Deloitte. As an auditor his clients were involved in everything from cement to chocolate and comics. Nick also had a brief spell in as a financial accountant in the boat building industry.
At ICAEW Nick has worked with all sizes of firms across audit, investment business (DPB) and Practice Assurance reviews. Nick has presented on audit topics for QAD throughout Europe and South-East Asia, and on Practice Assurance at events across England and Wales.
Nick Rowe, Senior Manager, PwCNick is the leader of Statutory Accounts Preparation Services at PwC, the South Wales Society Representative on the ICAEW's National Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and the Vice President of the South Wales Society.
Nick has over 20 years of experience in providing assurance and advisory services to a range of private businesses from start-ups to private equity backed and AIM listed businesses and also co-founded PwC's My Finance Partner service for growing and scale-up businesses.
His role on TAC is to represent the members of the South Wales Society in communicating issues on a range of ongoing consultations and technical issues.
Simone Taylor-Allkins, Senior Professional Consultant, ICAEWAfter qualifying with a top 20 firm, Simone moved to Grant Thornton and worked with a diverse portfolio of manager owned business’ in a varied role covering both audit engagements and management accountancy engagements. After 18 months in the audit and assurance team, she transferred to their national training centre in High Wycombe to train audit trainees for the firm.
From 2007 to 2010, she decided to apply her skills to the education of non-financial managers working as a freelance finance trainer for worldwide blue chip companies. This eventually led her back to her technical roots in July 2010, joining the ICAEW Technical Advisory Service, helping fellow chartered accountants make sense of accountancy, audit, company law, anti-money laundering and ethical regulations.
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