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The advice we received through chamber connections in the USA enabled us to win new business
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Wed 18th May 2016
To ‘Brexit’ or not to ‘Brexit’?
18 May 2016
May 18, 2016
ASM to host seminar in Belfast on Wednesday 18th May 2016 in association with Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce
- Are you prepared for the EU Referendum on 23rd June?
- Are you fully informed to be able to vote with confidence?
- Have you considered the practical implications of a ‘Brexit’ and are prepared for a potential vote to leave?
- Have you thought about the impact of potential changes to tax laws and how will it affect your ability to secure stock and services?
‘Brexit’ is a hot topic and one which ASM Chartered Accountants in partnership with BCTC will be debating, alongside top business people from the world of hospitality and entertainment, building, manufacturing,professional services and the public sector.
Chaired by BBC’s Wendy Austin, attendees will get a chance to listen and engage in the debate. Panelists include Michael McAllister, Director, ASM Chartered Accountants alongside Bill Wolsey, owner of the Beannchor Group, Gordon McElroy, director of MKB Law who will be representing Belfast Chamber of Trade and Commerce, Angela McGowan, Danske Bank and Kevin McNamee, Group Finance Director, Denroy Plastics.
The seminars are scheduled for Newry, Belfast and Cookstown.
Wednesday 18th May, 8.15-9.30am,The Merchant Hotel, 16 Skipper St, Belfast, County Antrim
To book a place on the Belfast seminar Email Linda Arbuthnot or call 028 9024 9222
Admission to the seminars is free and open to anyone with an interest in taking part or listening to the debate.
The Newry seminar will take place on Thursday 19th May 2016. Cookstown’s will be on Thursday 2nd June.
For full details visit www.asmaccountants.com
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