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Global Employer Services Conference


2014 Taxing Reward Conference
Reward and Tax


Matt Ellis, Head of Global Employer Services, invites you to our 3rd Annual Taxing Reward Conference.

Date:8 May 2014

Time:08:30 - 13:00
(followed by buffet lunch and networking)

Location:Deloitte,
2 New Street Square,
London EC4A 3BZ

Are you getting it right? The importance of identifying and managing risk - a major challenge faced by companies in today's environment of changing regulations.

The UK tax system is constantly evolving. Companies are faced with the difficult challenge of managing their exposure to risk whilst understanding and implementing strategies to cope with and implement new rounds of tax legislation. There is increased scrutiny from HMRC, the general public and investors - it has never been more important to ensure you are getting it right.

Join us at our annual Taxing Reward conference where we will focus on ways to help you identify and manage risk.

We are delighted that Eoin O'Shea of international law firm Reed Smith will be joining us to speak about the role of compliance in multinational companies, with a focus on 'best practice' in economic crime issues. Eoin will discuss the importance of compliance - why the regulations are in place and what is being done to enforce them. He will also spend some time discussing how the regulations impact the world of reward and employee incentives.

Eoin is the leading expert on the UK Bribery Act and has advised some of the world's largest companies on these issues. Eoin's practice focuses on corporate crime, in particular the law of bribery and corruption, money-laundering and fraud. Eoin is experienced in managing internal investigations, criminal and civil fraud matters side by side. He is a dual qualified solicitor and barrister and advises on the design and operation of compliance systems and due-diligence on acquisitions and joint ventures.

The conference is free of charge.

We look forward to seeing you there.


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