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CIOT Spring Residential Conference ,

27 March 2020 - 28 March 2020, Queens’ College, Cambridge CB3 9ET

William Franklin, Partner at Pett Franklin, will be speaking at the Chartered Institute of Taxation's 5th annual Spring Conference, taking place at Queen's College, Cambridge over 3 days between Friday 27th and Sunday 29th March, 2020.

Amongst other leading tax specialists, William will be speaking on Employee Ownership Trusts or EOTs as a means of succession planning for retiring entrepreneurs. Drawing on his experience in advising on acquisitions by EOTs, William will be providing an in-depth look at how they are introduced, operate, and compare with other forms of succession planning.

To download a brochure, please click here. For details on how to book to attend the conference, please click here. Registration is now open and non-Members of the Institute are welcome to attend.

Pett, Franklin & Co. LLP are experts in employee share schemesexecutive incentives and share valuation. To find out more about how we can help you or your client, please contact William Franklin on william.franklin@pettfranklin.com or call 0121 348 7878.

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