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The US provides a huge opportunity for UK businesses post-Brexit and with a potential US trade deal. Trading there is very different to in the UK, so navigating through the complexity and getting it right first time is vital. All the topics you need to understand like structure, tax, legal, insurance, banking and trade support will be covered by expert speakers.

WHEN?

14/11/2019, 10:00am – 2:00pm

Speakers

Sam Saxton Senior Tax Manager

I specialise in International Tax. This means I help clients with coming to the UK, setting up overseas, how to structure and Transfer Pricing. I love International tax so much I recently did an Advanced Diploma in International Taxation.

Mike Whitacre Frazier & Deeter

As a Tax Partner with Frazier & Deeter, one of the nation’s top 60 CPA & Advisory firms, I help our tax clients in various industries including manufacturing/distribution, technology as well as service based businesses.

I assist clients with federal and state tax issues including mergers and acquisitions, controversy, cross-border planning and tax minimisation.

Tycho Stahl Arnall Golden Gregory

Mr. Stahl focuses his practice on U.S. and cross-border transactions, including representing overseas and U.S. entities in asset acquisitions and dispositions, investments, market entry, joint ventures, site selection and incentives negotiation, establishment of manufacturing and assembly operations, definition of strategies to mitigate U.S. legal and business risks to the foreign parent entity, shareholders and assets, commercial agreements and licensing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, financial restructuring, private securities offerings (including venture and private equity transactions, PIPEs and debt/equity restructuring), commercial lending, counseling of startup, technology and emerging growth enterprises in legal and business strategy, corporate governance and shareholder rights, tax structuring, organization of sales and distribution arrangements and family and business succession planning.

Joe Davis Director, HSBC Corporate Banking

I’m an Employment law expert and lead Browne Jacobson’s Birmingham employment team. I am also deputy head of the Birmingham office. I advise and represent employers in a number of sectors including manufacturing, logistics, retail, finance and information technology. I advise clients regularly on cross border transactions and disputes.

James Tait Browne Jacobson LLP

I am an Employment law expert and lead Browne Jacobson’s Birmingham employment team. I am also deputy head of the Birmingham office. I advise and represent employers in a number of sectors including manufacturing, logistics, retail, finance and information technology. I advise clients regularly on cross border transactions and disputes. I have acted for my clients in the Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal, High Court and Court of Appeal.

AGENDA


10.00am  Coffee and Chat
10.30am CP Welcome
10.40am James Tait, Employment Partner – Browne Jacobson LLP – Transatlantic Chamber of Commerce
11.00am 13th November – Leading Bank Economist, ‘How we support you’
11.00am 14th November – Joe Davis – HSBC – International Business Development Director –
‘How we support you’
11.00am 15th November – Leading Bank Economist, ‘How we support you’
11.30am Mike Whitacre, Partner – Frazier & Deeter – ‘US Inbound investment’
12.00pm Tycho Stahl, Partner – Arnall Golden Gregory – ‘Strategies to mitigate the US market’
12.30pm Sam Saxton, Senior International Tax Manager – Cooper Parry –
‘Business in the US – The reality: the real story from those who’ve done it’.
12.50pm Q&A
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Finish

WHERE?

Argosy Rd, Castle Donington, Derby DE74 2SA


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