IoD Galway Briefing: Tax and Commercial Planning for SMEs - 20 Things Every Director Should Know
Join us for this IoD Briefing in Galway, with Paul Mee, Tax Partner, Mazars, who will discuss the 20 Things Every Director Should Know when tax planning for and structuring SMEs.
In his talk, Paul will identify the challenges, opportunities and issues facing SMEs in the west of Ireland, and how having a clear tax and commercial strategy is essential to ensure the future success of a business.
The IoD Briefings series 2019 is kindly sponsored by Mazars.
Registration and light lunch will take place from 12:30, with the briefing beginning at 13:00 sharp followed by Q&A.
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|Paul Mee, Tax Partner, Mazars|
|Free to IoD members. Members are welcome to bring a guest, free of charge, subject to availability.|
|Mazars' office, Mayoralty House, Flood Street, Galway|
|IoD Briefings series is kindly sponsored by Mazars|
Paul Mee is a partner in Mazars Galway. Paul is a chartered accountant with more than 20 years' taxation experience.
He leads Mazars Galway's team of tax professionals in providing advice on tax planning for owner-managed businesses, including succession planning, employee retention and corporate structure
Paul also specialises in corporate reorganisations and due diligence and transaction support. He has in-depth knowledge of the Galway business community, which is an invaluable asset to companies in the west.
Paul is an active member of the arts, business and stem communities in Galway. He is Chairperson of the Galway Science and Technology Festival and supports the annual Galway Film Fleadh Festival.
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