The 2018 Guernsey seminar, produced by the Esop Institute with STEP Guernsey, was an outstanding success. The full presentation deck will shortly be on sale. Meanwhile, David Craddock’s new paper on the general economic environment with a focus on the Channel Islands has been published on the Centre website. You can download it at www.esopcentre.com/library. Full report in January.
The annual half-day event is an industry-leading networking and learning opportunity for all those interested in employee share schemes and trusteeship.
This year’s theme is “Leading the way – the Channel Islands as a global hub of ESOT specialism”. The programme will include talks on: Taking the ESOT to emerging markets; Information overload with a focus on tax avoidance/evasion; Joint Share Ownership Plans and the role of the trustee;The application of the ‘disguised remuneration’ and ‘outstanding loan’ legislation to employees’ trusts, and ‘powers of trustees: a recent case’; Recent developments in employee share schemes and employment-related securities (including changes to entrepreneurs’ relief); and the general economic environment: an analytical position with Channel Islands in mind + current state of LTIPs. The seminar will conclude with a networking lunch.
top ranking speakers included: Graham Muir of CMS, David Pett of Temple Tax Chambers, Paul Malin of Haines Watts, Charlotte Fleck of Pett Franklin, Alison MacKrill of Appleby, David Craddock of David Craddock Consultancy Services, and Elaine Graham of Zedra. The seminar will be chaired by by Malcolm Hurlston CBE, who founded the Esop Centre.
The day begins with light refreshments and registration at 8:45 and concludes with a fork buffet lunch from 13:15.*
Tickets for STEP/Centre members and non-members are no longer available.
To book your place, please email events [at] esopcentre [dot] com or call 020 7239 4971.
All bookings are subject to our terms and conditions.
* The organiser reserves the right to edit the programme’s timings and speakers.