Businesses of all sizes, sectors and across every community, region and nation have been impacted in an unprecedented way by the current Coronavirus pandemic. OBR’s latest projections provide an extremely bleak assessment of the UK’s near-term economic prospects.
Join our webinar, organised in partnership with Moneycorp, to hear the views of Vicky Pryce, a renowned Economist and Business Consultant and our Director General, Dr. Adam Marshall, as they discuss what needs to be addressed in order to protect businesses and jobs needed to help kick-start the recovery and how the future economic landscape could evolve following what has been described as one of the world’s greatest economic challenges since the Second World War.
Vicky Pryce’s recent posts have included: Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting; Director General for Economics at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS); and Joint Head of the UK Government Economics Service where she was responsible for evidence based policy and for encouraging measures that promoted greater productivity in the UK economy. She had previously been Partner and Chief Economist at KPMG and earlier held chief economist positions in banking and the oil sector. Vicky co-founded GoodCorporation, a company set up to promote corporate social responsibility.
She is patron of ‘Pro-bono Economics’ and has served as Master of one of the City of London’s Livery Companies. She sits on the Department for Business Innovation and Skills’ panel monitoring the economy and is on City AM’s Shadow Monetary Policy Committee.
BCC has taken the lead to translate the Luxembourg law implementing DAC6 into English.
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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: