PwC Legal event - Transparency in an ever changing regulatory environment - are you ready to disclose?
February 22, 2016
By Matt Timmons
With increased demand for greater transparency in the way global corporations are managed, national governments have been focused on their legislative agendas to introduce key reforms to achieve this. Join us to understand the latest UK legislative developments and the impact these are having on corporate reporting.
Our panel of specialists will address the drivers for transparency and share with you the latest trends in reporting and what directors, senior management and shareholders need to do to comply with:
Transparency in ownership* - People with Significant Control (PSC) register - Understand the implications of these new disclosure rules for your business and individuals along with the implementation of the Fourth Money Laundering Directive.
Transparency in the supply chain - How to prepare for the Modern Slavery Act and completing a public modern slavery statement.
Transparency in Pay - Mandatory Gender Pay Gap Reporting - the new obligations and how to comply with them.
Transparency in Tax - Proposed new corporate criminal offence of failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion - forcing corporates to renew their focus on customer and investor tax transparency.
*Andrew Death from the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills will be speaking alongside PwC Legal on the government's objectives in introducing the PSC register; providing useful insight into why and how businesses should comply.
Date: 14 March 2016
Time: 8.00am Registration and light breakfast
8.30 am Seminar begins
10.00 am Seminar ends
Venue: Victoria Park Plaza, 239 Vauxhall Bridge Road, Victoria, London SW1V 1EQ
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