HMRC are looking for GAAR panel members – apply at https://www.exec-appointments.com/job/1455173/general-anti-abuse-rule-gaar-advisory-panel-member-/#apply-form!
The current Committee members will be standing for election at the AGM:
· Heather Self
· Sarah Prior
· Rhiannon Jones
· Renata Ardous
· Anne Fairpo
· Caroline Turnbull-Hall
· Shuli Levy
· Megan Lewis-Bourke
· Renata Ardous
· Reshma Johar
· Tatiana Falcao
· Bushra Razaq
· Hayley Moran
· Carolina Hayashi Descio
We would welcome additional members of the Committee; please notify the Secretary (Rhiannon Jones) by 31 October if you wish to stand or find out more. If you would like to attend the AGM please sign up at Eventbrite.
Before the panel event we are holding our first AGM meeting to report on our activities and financial position. All are welcome to join the AGM if you support the aims of the group and work / actively involved in the field of tax.
To attend please register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-in-tax-agm-tickets-28328520367
Women in Tax: How do we achieve a better tax system?
7 November 2016 18:00 – 20:30
We are delighted to be holding another panel event on Monday 7 November 2016 (at Mazars Tower Bridge office). This year’s topic will be How do we achieve a better tax system? We have a great line up of speakers including:
Jill Rutter – Programme Director, Institute for Government
Jean Sharp – Head of Tax, Aviva Plc
Anita Monteith – Technical Manager, ICAEW Tax Faculty
Charlie Matthews – Policy Adviser, ActionAid
Sarah Prior – Partner, PwC (chair)
For more details and to register please go to Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-in-tax-how-do-we-achieve-a-better-tax-system-tickets-28261786765
Nominations are now open for the International Tax Review’s Women in Tax Leader’s guide – looking for nominations across the spectrum, not just from the major firms!
We’re in Taxation magazine this week – http://www.taxation.co.uk/taxation/Articles/2016/07/05/335015/women-tax (needs subscription to see the whole article …)
The inaugural WiT dinner at the London Canal Museum last night – a great evening, with much conversation and the always excellent Sacha Romanovitch speaking after dinner!