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COVID-19 Webinars

To support the construction industry and ensure our members have the best and latest information on the implications of the global health crisis on our industry, the Structural Timber Association has launched a series of COVID-19 webinars.

The first in the series on employment and contractual legal matters took place on Thursday 26 March and was very well received by the 77 construction professionals who took part in the webinar. This is your opportunity to register free for our next two webinars.

Insurance and Risk Webinar - Thursday 02 April 2020 at 12 noon

The next in our COVID-19 webinar series will focus on insurance and risk matters. We are thankful to have Marcus Saunders of AJ Gallagher leading this discussion. Marcus is an Insurance Broker with over 30 years' experience and is a specialist in Construction Insurance for all types of businesses ranging from SME to National companies. He is the Insurance Partner of the Structural Timber Association and works with other Timber Associations. He is also the Insurance Partner and Member of Constructing Excellence and enjoys working with likeminded companies who operate 'best practice' and are Risk Management focused.

TO REGISTER TO TAKE PART – CLICK HERE

Financial Webinar - Thursday 09 April 2020 at 12 noon

The third COVID-19 webinar will focus on financial matters. We are grateful to have Rob Beale leading this discussion. With 23 years' experience, Rob is a partner at Morris Owen, specialists in advising property and construction-based businesses. As well as being a Chartered Accountant, Rob is also a Chartered Tax Adviser which allows him to bring experience and knowledge from a number of differing perspectives. He understands not only the commercial and accounting factors of a transaction, but also the wide-ranging tax and VAT implications. Rob assists property developers, contractors and property investors.

Rob will be exploring actions that businesses should be considering to get through the short and interim term crisis and the Government initiatives providing support, as well as preparing to come out the other side. Considering cash flow, the practical factors of planning, there will also be a review of the various initiatives where guidance allows.

TO REGISTER TO TAKE PART – CLICK HERE

 
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