CASH THROUGH COVID - THE FUTURE OF R&D CLAIMS
Businesses need cash more than ever. Fact.
R&D tax credits are one of the most effective ways to generate it. Fact.
But with all the financial support measures we’ve seen rolled out over the last few months, including the Job Retention Scheme, CBILS, and the Bounce Back Loan Scheme, there are new impacts and interactions you need to know about when compiling your claim.
That’s why the R&D team are here, answering all of your questions.
Catch the unanswered questions here.
05/11/2020 – 2:00-3:00pm
JONNY BREWSTER Head of R&D Incentives (South)
Jonny has been working full-time in R&D Incentives for over a decade. In this time, he’s helped companies large and small – from billion-dollar revenue-generating household names to pre-revenue entrepreneurial start-ups – access vital funding through R&D Incentives to allow them to continue their growth journey. In recent months, a lot of his clients’ focus has switched to generating additional cashflow through R&D Incentives to help keep the lights on throughout the pandemic.
Holding a Masters degree in Physics, Jonny’s career before tax was within the UK MoD – where he was involved in science-y stuff (that he really can’t talk about) but enables him to engage with technologists from any area of industry. Since the switch to tax, he’s become a fully-qualified Chartered Tax Advisor and represented one of the Big4 on the R&D Consultative Committee.
LUKE SHERIFF Director, Head of R&D Incentives North
Luke is an experienced Director and our Head of R&D Incentives in the North.
Luke joined Cooper Parry in 2020, having spent 14 years at KPMG and lead the Innovation Reliefs and Incentives team in the North. Whilst at KPMG Luke qualified as a Chartered Accountant (ICAS) and Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA). Prior to working in tax, Luke worked as a Control Systems Engineer in the Aerospace industry for Rolls-Royce plc. Luke has experience working with a wide range of businesses from small start-ups through to large multinationals, covering a diverse ranges of sectors from IT, to manufacturing, to food and drink. Luke has a First-Class Masters degree in Aerospace Engineering.
ECE AKSER Head of R&D Incentives, London
Ece is a Director and leads our R&D Incentives offering in London.
Ece joined Cooper Parry in 2019, having spent 13 years in R&D tax with various Big 4 practices as a fully dedicated practioner. Ece was a Senior Scientist in Procter & Gamble’s technical centre, with over 5 years experience in developing and delivering multi-million dollar projects concept to on-shelf, through the total supply chain. Ece is a Material Science & Engineering graduate, having completed both a PhD and MEng (1st Class Honours) at Imperial College, London. She has experience in preparing claims across practically all sectors, as well as companies of a variety of sizes and structures.
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