How to avoid falling foul of the new corporate offence of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion

Date: 
Thursday 2 November 2017
Time: 
08:30 - 10:00
Location: 
Brodies LLP, 110 Queen Street (level 7), Glasgow, G1 3BX
Audience: 
Accountants, Tax and Professional Advisers; Finance Directors and Corporates, Banks and Financial Services

Categories:

  • Corporate Crime & Investigations
  • Corporate Tax

Under new legislation, which came into force on 30 September, businesses can be found criminally responsible for the illegal activity of ‘associated persons’.

This session will consider the key steps to take to avoid falling foul of the new offence. This seminar is a must for all who provide or receive tax advice and services.

Speakers: 
Paul Marshall
Paul
Marshall
Partner
+44 (0)131 656 0062
paul.marshall@brodies.com
Ramsay
Hall
Associate
+44 (0)131 656 3782
ramsay.hall@brodies.com

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