Planning a business exit is far from simple and it is important to know which exit route will work best for you. Finding the right buyer can be a challenge but sometimes, what you’re looking for can be right in front of you. A management buyout (MBO) i.e. selling your business to your existing management team, presents many advantages; you know and trust those who will be taking over, they know the ins and outs of the business already and the preservation of your company culture is a given.
Sorry, we have no events coming up in the near future but come back soon - we've got lots of things in the pipeline.
How to Avoid HR Hell
As a business owner or HR professional, keeping up to speed with the ever-changing landscape of employment legislation can be a real challenge. HR Specialist Jane Caven will be joining us to provide an overview of some of the employment changes we have seen in 2018 and the changes we can expect to see in 2019.
Technical Workout For MD's & FD's
In the role of an owner manager or financial director of a business, it is vital to keep up to date with latest accounting and tax issues. Keeping on top of all the changes can sometimes be a struggle which is why we provide this half-day training session to provide all the necessary updates. We will be joined by different specialists who will cover topics including the current economic climate, AEO status, dealing with customer insolvency, EOT's and a financial reporting round-up for the year ahead.
Selling Your Business: The Process
We understand that selling your business is one of the most important decisions you will make so it is imperative that you plan and get it right. To prepare business owners for this transitional period, we have designed a series of workshops which provide insight into all aspects of exit planning. The third in our series of workshops will cover everything you need to know about the exit process. Our head of Corporate Finance, Nigel Barratt will present alongside Ian Dawson, associate partner and Ryan Niblock, corporate finance executive.
MTD & VAT: Are you ready?
There has been much uncertainty around the long-awaited MTD. One thing, however, is sure: as of April 2019, businesses with a turnover above the VAT threshold (£85,000) will need to keep digital records (for VAT purposes only) and provide their VAT return information to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) through Making Tax Digital (MTD) functional compatible software.
An insight Into Doing Business In Italy
Setting up a business in a foreign country is something that requires much consideration, forward planning and professional assistance. As part of our new Executive Insight programme, we will be holding several workshops for business owners considering international ventures.
Business Valuations: All You Need To Know
2018 saw the introduction of the HURST Corporate Finance workshops. The second will cover everything you need to know about business valuations.
Tax Seminar: Inspector Calls
In recent years, HMRC has been taking an increasingly aggressive stance in its dealings with taxpayers. This is reflected both in the number of enquiries being raised, the level of detail and the coordinated approach being taken. We want to make sure you’re armed with the required knowledge to ensure enquiries are dealt with and completed as smoothly as possible.
Demystifying the GDPR
The much-talked about General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. Despite the press attention on the new Regulation and potential sanctions for non-compliance, there is a lot of misinformation / fake news in circulation! Make sure you know the facts and join us HURST and Pannone Corporate to demystify the GDPR.