In continued tradition, EY and Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce invite you to hear expert analysis of this year’s figures at the post-Budget breakfast.
The autumn Budget takes place on October 27 this year with rumours abound that the Chancellor’s announcement will focus on a ‘technical’ Budget - but what impact will that have on the North-east economy?
Our speakers will discuss the impact and repercussions of the Chancellor’s plan with a focus on inflation, taxation, incentives for business growth and climate change.
Questions will also be asked of how the Budget may influence our economy in the post CV19 world.
Presented by Bob Cardno | EY (Ernst & Young)
Bob is an associate partner in EY’s Aberdeen tax team and has over 20 years of experience in North Sea oil and gas corporate taxation matters, dealing with areas ranging from acquisitions, disposals, corporate reorganisations and fiscal policy matters, to reporting and compliance issues.
He has worked with a wide range of oil and gas companies, from start-up exploration businesses and independent exploration and production companies to majors.
He also played a significant role in advising the oil and gas industry, through Oil and Gas UK, on the introduction of Decommissioning Relief Deeds in 2013.
Presented by Moray Barber | EY (Ernst & Young)
Moray is Head of Tax at EY Aberdeen and works with clients across a diverse range of sectors, helping them to solve their most complex technical challenges and meet their tax compliance obligations. Although his client base is varied, his primary focus is in the oilfield services sector and he does a significant amount of work in international tax and transactions.
Originally from Aberdeen, Moray returned to work in the city in 2004 and is passionate about securing a prosperous and enriching future for the city as part of the Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce's Vanguard initiative and Policy Council.
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