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This seminar is the perfect opportunity to explore the key aspects and challenges of establishing a workforce overseas. Hear from our expert partners how to set up an office, including logistics, visas and cultural differences. Learn about the financial implications, including how to pay staff, repatriate profits and the implications of tax when operating in more than one country, and get an update on the Bribery Act - highly topical in the light of the recent FIFA investigations.

11/05/2016
When: 11/05/2016
From 5:00 until 7:30 PM
Where: The Nottingham Belfry Hotel
Mellors Way,
Off Woodhouse Way,
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire  NG8 6PY
United Kingdom
Contact: emita team
01332 826424


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This seminar is the perfect opportunity to explore the key aspects and challenges of establishing a workforce overseas. Hear from our expert partners how to set up an office, including logistics, visas and cultural differences. Learn about the financial implications, including how to pay staff, repatriate profits and the implications of tax when operating in more than one country, and get an update on the Bribery Act - highly topical in the light of the recent FIFA investigations.

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About the event

 

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Explore the key aspects and challenges of establishing a workforce overseas by attending this event in partnership with Nelsons Solicitors, Paragon Law and RSM.

Our experts at this interactive event will deliver presentations on:

  • Setting up your office – logistics, business visas, cultural differences: the real life case study of a company's experience of setting up his overseas offices in India, China and Nigeria
  • The Bribery Act-highly topical in the of the recent FIFA investigations and the Prime Minister’s comments on the need to eradicate corruption in business
  • Financial implications and tax issues including setting up in a new country - How to pay staff, repatriate profits and the implications of tax when operating in more than one country


Following the presentations there will be a Q & A panel discussion where you can ask the experts any questions about your concerns and issues on the topics covered.

Programme:


17h00      Registration and networking buffet

17h45      Welcome and introduction

17h55      The Bribery Act and its impact on your overseas operations
                Andy Jamieson, Employment law specialist, Nelsons Solicitors

18h15      Setting up my first overseas office in India
               
Thalej Vasishta, ‎Immigration Lawyer, Paragon Law

18h35      Financial implications of setting up overseas
                Jacky Kinsey, Tax Director, RSM

18h55      Q&A session

19h30      Close


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