Business Protection – How robust is your business?
MHA Moore and Smalley will be presenting at the RBS Business
Protection Seminar. The event is designed to help you remain vigilant and make you aware of the need of putting systems in place which will help you safeguard yourself and your business from evolving threats.
The MFD Network is run in association with Rowan Group and Barclays. Our mission is to help Finance Directors and Senior Financial Controllers to continue their personal development through:
Observing key note speakers
Expanding personal networks
Exchanging knowledge and ideas with peers
Receiving technical updates
What the Event Will Cover:
“Budget 2020 Analysis”
The day after Rishi Sunak delivers the Budget to Parliament, we are holding a special Manchester Finance Director Network event.
The event will include a corporate tax, personal tax and indirect tax summary of the 2020 Budget and its implications on you and your business with expert analysis from MHA Moore and Smalley.
MHA Moore and Smalley tax partner Colin Abrahams and indirect tax partner Jonathan Main will review and summarise the Chancellor’s announcements and provide an analysis of what the Budget means for businesses and Finance Directors in the region.
We will also be welcoming Maven Capital Investment Director Ryan Bevington who will be discussing his investment in ITS, and the need for the appointment of a new CFO. Followed by ITS Technology CFO Carl Kameen and Chairman Kevin Gaskell who will be discussing the change that they and their management team implemented through the entire business, resulting in a incredibly successful exit, while Kevin was on the waters doing the Talisker challenge across the Atlantic.
In addition Rowan’s Director Paul Waite will host a Q&A to discuss the impact an FD can have during a private equity investment through to exit.
MHA Moore and Smalley has come together with UCLAN and HSBC to host the latest manufacturing club on Wednesday the 3rd of July. This will be taking in place in UCLan’s new Engineering and Innovation Centre which has been part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Northern Powerhouse and Lancashire Enterprise Partnership.
The Manufacturing Club will be providing an early opportunity for local businesses to tour the facility and find out what benefits it can offer them.
In addition, we shall be joined by guest speakers from UCLan, National Physical Laboratories, and AMRC, who will be sharing their expertise and knowledge on various topics, within the manufacturing sector. This is a must for MD’s and FD’s who operate in the manufacturing and engineering sector.
Wednesday 3rd July 2019
8am – 10am
Engineering and Innovation Centre, UCLAN, Preston, PR1 2XS
This event is free to attend but advance booking is essential to reserve a place
MHA Moore and Smalley, Forbes Solicitors, NatWest and The Family Business Network are hosting an interactive breakfast seminar aimed at the owners, managing directors and finance directors of North West SMEs.
What will be covered?
✓ Finance options for growth, including debt vs equity funding
✓ Business resilience and ways to overcome obstacles
✓ Planning for exit – the myths and the reality
We have selected a panel of individuals; both professional advisers and business owners who will share their stories and give advice on how to help you plan for the future of your business. The panel discussion will be followed by a family business insight and interview with SN Group and a question and answer session which is open to all delegates.
Date: Thursday 23rd May 2019
Time: 8am – 10am
Venue: Garstang Country Hotel and Golf Club, Bowgreave Drive, Garstang, Lancashire PR3 1YE