Women in tax, Hays & CIOT Commerce and Industry branch are delighted to invite you to our session on “Succeeding in your Tax Career in Industry”.
Speakers and topics:
- Tasneem Kadiri ( UK & Ireland Tax Director at L’Oréal) – attributes required for an in house Tax Director
- Louisa Gonzalez (VP of Tax at ConvaTec ) – attributes required for a global Head of Tax role
- Shuli Levy (Head of Tax, Compliance & Operations at Electra Private Equity Plc) – attributes required to extend your career outside of tax
- Shan Sun (Global Transfer Pricing Senior Manager at Omnicom Group) – skills required do an expert role in industry
Also featuring Ali Sheikh (Hays) who will summarise current trends seen in the tax recruitment market and Rob De La Rue (President of Commerce & Industry Group for Chartered Institute of Taxation) who will talk about common barriers that stop people (women & men) reaching senior roles in tax.
Thank you to Hays for kindly sponsoring this event.
- Registration – 6 to 6:15 p.m
- Event start – 6:15 p.m
- End of talks – 7:15 p.m
- Networking with drinks and nibbles – till 8 p.m
Venue: Hays, 107 Cheapside, London EC2V 6DB
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/
Confidence Clarity and Connection Part 2, how to get even more confidence
This is Part 2 of Confidence Clarity and Connection, a joint even with Women in the Law UK: how to get more confidence with Manchesters Number 1 speaker Amanda Brown from leading coach and wine specialist Johanna.
This event is kindly hosted BY GRANT THORNTON MANCHESTER OFFICE