Seminar to outline attractive new funding options for business
With a dearth of bank lending new ways for business to raise money will be outlined by tax expert Colin Fish at a free breakfast seminar being organised at Bury St Edmunds by chartered accountants Lovewell Blake on Friday December 7.
“There are number of quite attractive new options open to business encouraging investment and growth,” said Colin Fish, one of the firm’s tax partners. “Schemes for seed enterprise investment and share options are two of the new funding opportunities that will help obtain new capital while also offering generous tax benefits.”
The seminar, which will also discuss tax changes in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, takes place at Denny Bros conference suite at Kempson Way, Bury St Edmunds, starting at 7.45 am. It is the latest in a series since Lovewell Blake opened an office at Hillside Business Park in Bury St Edmunds, earlier this year.
Partner Brian Floringer, who will chair the session, says that subjects to be covered in seminars planned for 2013 include inheritance tax and estate planning for business owners, family business and ‘Real Time Information — are you ready?”
Places for the Autumn Statement seminar on December 7, and other forthcoming events, can be reserved by contacting Jenny Hayman on 01603 663300 or visiting www.lovewell-blake.co.uk/business-briefing