Managing Cashflow, Changes to Tax and Resolving Disputes
Webinar, held on 25th February 2021
Healthy cashflow is a vital component of successful projects. If issues arise with payment or cash, a project can stall and fail. These problems affect all involved, no matter where you sit in the project process.
This new webinar looks at everything you need to know to ensure cashflow stays healthy on your project. We also take a look at the implications of the new VAT rules with law firm, Wright Hassall and how they will affect you. Discover the steps you need to take to ensure your business is not adversely affected by the forthcoming changes.
Sincere thanks to all speakers and participants for their contributions. Take a look at the video here:
Carlo specialises in commercial, construction, insurance, and professional negligence matters. He has been recommended in the Legal 500 as a leading individual in a number of his core practice areas for a number of years. The regularity of his court work means that he is very good on his feet, and is praised for his meticulous and forceful cross examination and preparation. Carlo also acts as an adjudicator and arbitrator, and is a TECBAR and PNBA accredited adjudicator.
Bill heads the Quantum expert team at Decipher. He has over 30 years’ experience in construction, including many years specialising in disputes and claims.
Kevin advises a wide variety of clients on VAT issues, including property deals and construction works. He works with businesses and accountants to achieve solutions which are suitable for VAT, for other taxes and most importantly for commercial operations. Kevin also writes and lectures on VAT and has contributed to HMRC’s VAT Manuals.
Dominic started his career as a Trainee Quantity Surveyor in 2000 and has overseen the commercial aspects of many projects. Over his 20 year career in the construction industry, Dominic has worked under various forms of procurement routes and contracts. His experience includes working on projects with main contractors and clients, with values ranging from £500k – £60m, managing commercial teams.
Philip practises as a commercial arbitrator and has undertaken over 100 arbitrations. He has made over 50 awards, which is quite rare as many arbitrators have completed only a handful of arbitrations to the award stage. Philip has been appointed to several specialist panels on behalf of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and is on the panel of the Law Society and the Institute of Chartered Accountants.