Andrew set to share GDPR expertise at North West FD summit

The GDPR word finally seems to be spreading! And as a result of businesses sitting up and taking note of the impending legislation, our MD Andrew has been invited to deliver another talk on the matter. November is certainly shaping up to be a busy month!

Organised by finance and accountancy specialist MHA Moore & Smalley, the NW Finance Director Network 2017 Autumn Budget Special event is set to take place on Thursday 23 November at Farington Lodge in Leyland. The quarterly get-togethers are run in association with Barclays and AFR Consulting and play host to over 70 FDs from the North West region.

It’s no secret by now that the GDPR will affect all organisations to some extent, so Andrew will be sharing his thoughts on what the new data protection regulations will mean for finance directors and business owners.

In true Q2Q style, he’ll be providing straight-talking insight and practical advice on achieving compliance, and attendees will also have the chance to ask any burning questions following the presentation too.

With the Autumn budget scheduled to be delivered to Parliament the day before, this summit will additionally be homing in on Philip Hammond’s outlined plans for the year ahead. Tony Medcalf, tax partner of MHA Moore & Smalley, is set to provide expert insight into both corporate and personal tax along with the implications it will have on businesses.

The event will run from 8:00-9:30am – including time for networking and refreshments – and is an ideal opportunity for finance directors and senior financial controllers from Lancashire and Cumbria to discover more about the GDPR and the budget for the year ahead.

It’s free to attend but places are limited, so booking in advance is essential. Visit the MHA Moore & Smalley website to find out more – we hope to see you there!

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