Nov
12
Mon
Women in Tax debate – how should we fund the NHS? @ Travers Smith LLP
Nov 12 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

The Chancellor has promised an extra £20bn for the NHS – but how should we fund that? Should the Government raise taxes, and if so which ones?

Our panel, led by Helen Miller of the IFS and with contributions from Anita Charlesworth of the Health Foundation, Rhiannon Kinghall-Were of Macfarlanes and Sophie Lloyd of Travers Smith, will give their views, followed by Q&A.

All are welcome to this event – it is not a women-only space!

Registration from 530pm and the debate will start at 6pm

Thanks to Travers Smith for hosting and for refreshments afterwards https://www.traverssmith.com/

Sep
13
Fri
WiT and Women in IFA Network breakfast – Le Pain Quotidien, Southbank, Waterloo @ Le Pain Quotidien, Southbank, Waterloo
Sep 13 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

The Women in Tax network are joining forces with the Women in IFA network for one month only! The International Fiscal Association (“IFA”) is hosting their annual congress in London so please come along to our special breakfast to meet fellow women in tax from around the world. The breakfast will take place at Le Pain Quotidien, opposite Royal Festival Hall. Please note this is different to our normal location breakfast location (Cojean on Ludgate Hill).

Please drop in anytime between 8am – 9am for a coffee and /or breakfast. There is no need to reserve a ticket for this event, however places will be on a first-come first-served basis with breakfast settled on your own account. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to Rhiannon.kinghallwere@macfarlanes.com

Sep
18
Wed
How to thrive at work after maternity leave or a career break @ RSM
Sep 18 @ 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Join us for an insightful panel discussion facilitated by Dipti Thakrar. The panel members will talk about their experiences of returning to work after maternity leave or another type of career break, and reflect on what they wish they had known at the time which would have helped them to reintegrate back into the workplace quicker. They will also share tips on changes they have seen in their organisations over the past few years which you may be able to take away and implement where you work. There will be plenty of opportunity for open discussion and sharing of ideas between attendees.