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IoD Evening Briefing: Tax, Trade and Change - Implications for Budget 2020 and Beyond

As we look ahead to the end of 2019, the world is in flux. International taxation issues, scrutinised for many years, are moving towards more concrete discussions and, potentially, conclusions. Global trade is more volatile, and we look set for a more disruptive Brexit than was hoped. All of this against a rapidly changing world, with climate and technology very much to the fore in shaping the government and business agenda.

Ireland stands at a very particular point in all of this movement, with very specific challenges in each of the areas of taxation, trade, and changes resulting from climate change and technological advancement. What does this mean for Budget 2020? And what does it all suggest in turn for Irish businesses who are planning ahead?  

Mark Kennedy, Managing Partner, Mazars, will discuss these key issues, and share his insights and experience at this briefing. 

Registration

Registration will take place from 17:00 with the briefing beginning at 17:15 sharp, followed by Q&A and refreshments.

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12 Sep
Mark Kennedy, Managing Partner, Mazars
17:00-18:45
Free of charge. IoD members only
Grafton Suite, The Westbury Hotel, Grafton Street, Dublin 2
skirwan@iodireland.ie
IoD Breakfast and Evening Briefings series is kindly sponsored by Mazars
Places Available

Mark Kennedy

Managing Partner, Mazars

Mark Kennedy is the Managing Partner of Mazars in Ireland. A partner with the firm since 2004, Mark is a practicing auditor and leads the firm’s Financial Services industry practice, working with Banking and Insurance clients in Ireland, the UK and the EU.

He contributes regularly to conferences, newspapers and other media on a range of business topics.

Sponsor

Mazars  is an international partnership specialising in audit, tax, consulting and financial advisory services.

In Ireland, we employ over 450 people in Dublin, Limerick and Galway and work with large corporate companies and Public Interest Entities and small to mid-sized indigenous businesses to assist clients at every stage in their development.

We operate in 89 countries, including Ireland and overall, we draw on the expertise of 40,000 professionals - 24,000 in the Mazars integrated partnership and 16,000 via the Mazars North America Alliance.

To find out more visit the Mazars website.