Events

RSM hold regular seminars, training and events at our offices around the UK.

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On your marks – planning the next move
Start date: 5.30pm - 22 May 2018
End date: 6.45pm - 22 May 2018
London

On Your Marks is a networking programme for young professionals designed to provide you with the opportunity to build working relationships across the legal, banking and accounting sectors, at an earlier stage in your career.

Employment tax seminar
Start date: 8.30am - 23 May 2018
End date: 11.30am - 23 May 2018
Newcastle

Throughout May, specialists from our employer solutions team are holding events to provide employers with an in-depth analysis of the requirements to complete accurate and timely submissions to HMRC. We will highlight practical solutions to common areas of difficulty employers need to address when completing their returns and discuss topical tax issues relevant to employers.

Managing your ongoing GDPR obligations - are you prepared for what comes next?
Start date: 9.00am - 23 May 2018
End date: 12.00pm - 23 May 2018
London

After the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect in May, the need to continually manage data in-line with your legal commitments to both customers and the regulation will remain a key data management priority for your organisation.

Employment breakfast club
Start date: 8.00am - 24 May 2018
End date: 10.00am - 24 May 2018
RSM Basingstoke

Join us for our series three breakfast club – tackling HMRC employer compliance reviews and demystifying the law on holiday pay.

Employment tax seminar
Start date: 8.30am - 24 May 2018
End date: 11.30am - 24 May 2018
Leeds

Throughout May, specialists from our employer solutions team are holding events to provide employers with an in-depth analysis of the requirements to complete accurate and timely submissions to HMRC. We will highlight practical solutions to common areas of difficulty employers need to address when completing their returns and discuss topical tax issues relevant to employers.

Further education seminar 2018
Start date: 10.00am - 24 May 2018
End date: 1.30pm - 24 May 2018
Warrington

Our further education specialists understand the key challenges that further education organisations are currently facing. Throughout May we will be holding seminars to discuss these key challenges; providing examples and best practice advice on how you can ensure these issues are managed effectively within your organisation. This also poses a fantastic opportunity to network with key sector professionals.

The post-Brexit economy - opportunities and threats to Scottish businesses
Start date: 8.00am - 05 June 2018
End date: 10.00am - 05 June 2018
RSM Glasgow

Join us and AHS Strategies Ltd at our discussion panel focusing on Brexit and its potential effects on the UK and Scottish economies. The seminar will encompass a number of short presentations from our guest speakers, followed by a chaired discussion involving our panel with different perspectives on Brexit, and questions from the audience.

Contract management training course
Start date: 10.00am - 06 June 2018
End date: 5.30pm - 06 June 2018
London

The one day training course will start 10am and finish 5.30pm. Lunch and refreshments throughout the day will be provided.

Employment tax webinar
Start date: 12.00pm - 06 June 2018
End date: 1.00pm - 06 June 2018
Online webinar

Employment tax, National Minimum Wage and Living Wage compliance has been a focus area for HMRC for a number of years. It is important for employers to keep up to date with changes, ensure compliance and avoid unexpected liabilities. Join us in our webinar to find out what you need to do to keep up to date.

The future of transatlantic trade
Start date: 8.00am - 07 June 2018
End date: 4.00pm - 07 June 2018
Birmingham

This major conference provides an opportunity to discover and understand new opportunities and to build demonstrably relevant relationships with global thought leaders from across North America and the United Kingdom.

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