BCC’s Anne-Marie Martin is joined by Kevin McCole and Rohit Singh from the UK India Business Council (UKIBC) for an outline and discussion about some of the policies the Indian government has set out during the Coronavirus outbreak including:
Our speakers include:
Kevin joined the UK India Business Council in December 2008 and has a range of responsibilities as Managing Director of the company: coordinating the work of the team across the UK and Indian offices; directly leading the Membership, Consultancy, and Policy and Research teams.He also manages relationships with the Department for International Trade and directs the UKIBC’s engagement with Government bodies across the UK and India, including the UK’s Devolved Administrations, English cities, and the Indian States. Kevin has directed major projects, including developing strategies to generate more trade and investment between India and Greater Manchester, the Leeds City Region, and the Sheffield City Region.Kevin joined the UK India Business Council after 19 years in the UK’s Diplomatic Service, where he served in The Netherlands, Malta, Romania, India, and various London postings. In India, Kevin spent three years at the British Deputy High Commission in Kolkata helping UK businesses win contracts and find partners in Eastern India and assisting Indian companies expand into the UK.
Rohit is working as Director at the UK India Business Council, and lead on strategic business consultancy and implementation engagements. He has practical knowledge and experience in consulting sales and advising senior management of mid to large size organisations in India market entry strategies, business planning and implementation. Before UKIBC, Rohit was working as an Associate Vice President at a Management Consulting firm Tecnova, primarily focused on advising the companies of the US and European origin in developing their India entry strategy, expansion planning, business setup and implementation. Earlier he has also served in automobile majors Maruti Suzuki and Hero Honda Motors in their Supply Chain and Global Sourcing department. Rohit holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering and is an alumnus of XLRI, Jamshedpur and Columbia Business School, New York.
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On 7 May the Tax Working Group of the British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg organised a Luxembourg Tax Update LIVE Webinar: “All You Need To Know (From Home): Hear It From The Experts”. In the event the panellists highlighted the main tax measures the Luxembourg Government has introduced for individuals and companies, and covering Personal Taxation, VAT and Corporate Taxation. In this article the Tax Working Group summarises the points covered in the Webinar: