Coming amidst an unprecedented global pandemic, on March 3 Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak will set out the next phase of the economic plan to tackle the virus and protect jobs, taking into account the latest forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility.
Prioritising resources as effectively as possible to drive the country’s economic recovery from CV19 while also managing the ongoing impact of the virus is a priority for Westminster but what do the measures announced mean for North-east businesses at a practical level?
Join us for our annual ‘morning after’ debrief to hear insights from EY experts Derek Leith, global oil and gas tax lead and Aberdeen tax partner; and Bob Cardno, director of business tax advisory, designed to decipher the impact and help you understand what the Budget means for you.
Have your questions at the ready.
Presented by Derek Leith | EY (Ernst & Young)
Derek has almost 36 years’ experience in taxation. He joined EY 26 years ago and has had several leadership roles including leading the tax practice in Aberdeen, leading the Scottish tax practice, and leading the UK oil and gas tax practice. Currently he is the managing partner of the EY office in Aberdeen, the EMEIA energy tax leader, the global oil and gas tax leader, and the UK tax sustainability leader. Derek is a long-standing member of the UK oil and gas taxation committee and has participated in the Scottish Expert Commission on oil and gas taxation and HMT oil and gas tax policy groups. Derek has presented at almost every EY UK budget event since 1996 and is a regular media commentator on oil and gas and energy transition matters.
Presented by Bob Cardno | EY (Ernst & Young)
Bob is an Associate Partner in EY UK’s Energy international tax team, based in Aberdeen. He is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Advisor with over 19 years’ experience advising oil & gas exploration, production, infrastructure and service sector companies on tax matters in the UK and internationally. Bob is a regular contributor to the UK Oil Industry Taxation Committee, leading working groups in areas such as decommissioning and supplementary charge.
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