Webinar and Q&A on Government support for business in light of COVID-19

Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has outlined a raft of measures to support UK businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Join this webinar and Q&A, featuring Johan Aurén, Managing Director of tax, auditing and accounting firm Accountum, on the key measures and how to take advantage of these as an SME.  

The key measures announced include government backed bank loans on attractive terms,  support for smaller firms via the Business Interruption Loan Scheme and additional support for employees on sick leave as a result of the COVID-19 virus. Johan will be sharing details and advise on these and many more key measures and how you as a business leader can benefit from these.

Johan Auren is the Founder of Accountum, a London based firm, specializing in Anglo-Swedish cross border taxation and transactions sets. Accountum has been providing tax, auditing and accounting services for high growth Scandinavian businesses and high net worth individuals since 2010.

Agenda

13.00 Welcome
13:05 Presentation
13.35 Q&A
14.00 End of webinar

About the webinar

Organised together with member businesses sharing their expertise with the SCC community, this brand new series of webinars highlight different aspects of operating and leading a business. The themes span from tax, accounting and law, to marketing, HR and cyber security, covering all aspects of running a business.

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Please register for the webinar by using the booking form. The webinar is free of charge and open for all SCC and YP members. Upon registration, you will be sent information on how to connect to the webinar.

Webinar and Q&A on Government support for business in light of COVID-19

26 March, 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Zoom webinar, London

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