Ransomware 2.0 – cyber criminals raise the stakes again

02.03.21 / Insight posted in Webinars

The volume and impact of cyber attacks on UK organisations remain alarmingly high, and in particular, many small and medium-sized companies are still falling victim to ransomware, with disastrous effects on their organisation. For trade associations and membership bodies who hold a vast amount of member data, they have to be particularly vigilant. With both…

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International Women’s Day #choosetochallenge panel

26.02.21 / Insight posted in Webinars

A challenged world is an alert world. Everybody has a part to play in calling out gender bias and inequality. So, we have chosen to mark International Women’s Day by seeking out and celebrating the achievements of successful women in business. Our global panel bring perspectives from around the world in including America, Belgium, South…

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Budget 2021 panel discussion – update for the real estate & construction sector

23.02.21 / Insight posted in Webinars

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak is due to deliver the Budget to Parliament on Wednesday 3rd March, with many in the industry predicting possible tax rises to help rebuild the economy. We invite you to join us for a webinar the day after the Budget, when our panel will provide a brief overview of the key…

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How will the Chancellor’s Budget reforms affect you?

23.02.21 / Insight posted in Webinars

As the Budget looms there is speculation about tax rises in the press at the moment, as the government attempts to find ways to fill the gap made by extra borrowing due to Coronavirus. There is talk about introducing new taxes, such as a wealth tax, or perhaps raising existing taxes such as capital gains…

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How will the Chancellor’s budget reforms affect you?

23.02.21 / Insight posted in Webinars

Despite speculation in the months running up to the budget, it is believed that the Chancellor will focus on delivering a fresh Coronavirus support package, with any tax rises deferred to the future for now. What will this cautious approach to re-opening the economy mean for you and your business? Will the Chancellor announce tax…

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Webinar recording: The Charity Governance Code refresh

11.02.21 / Insight posted in Webinars

In our latest webinar James Saunders (Partner – Moore Kingston Smith) chairs a thought-provoking panel and is joined by his colleague and Moore Kingston Smith Governance Partner Luke Holt along with regular faces Catherine Rustomji (Partner – Browne Jacobson LLP) and Charles Mesquita (Charities Director – Quilter Cheviot). The panelists discuss the recent refresh of…

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Reserves – more than just for a rainy day

05.02.21 / Insight posted in Webinars

Join our Fundraising & Management Finance team in a discussion on reserves. You’ll learn what they are used for and why your reserve policy may not be as up to date as you think. The team will take you through The Charity Commission’s guidance and will debunk a very common myth about the type of…

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The importance of business continuity planning – learning from the pandemic to deal with the next major threat

04.02.21 / Insight posted in Webinars

Recent events and the increased uncertainty of the future means that all organisations, no matter their size or nature, should take business continuity very seriously. Even if your organisation has coped with the challenges of Coronavirus, there are other potentially catastrophic events that could occur, a major cyber-attack being just one. Although business continuity as…

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Global mobility strategy – session one: the science behind international strategy

02.02.21 / Insight posted in Webinars

Join Moore Kingston Smith and MyGMPD Expat academy in the first of our interactive global mobility strategy sessions, which will focus on understanding how to recognise your organisation’s current international approach. There has been clear evidence of a shift towards more flexible forms of cross-border working across the world over the last few years. The…

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Panel discussion: VAT reverse charge for building & construction services

01.02.21 / Insight posted in Webinars

After a number of well-reported delays, HMRC’s VAT domestic reverse charge for construction services is due to come into force on 1 March 2021. The reverse charge will completely change the way VAT is collected in the building and construction industry. The new system is compulsory and will impact businesses who either supply, or receive…

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