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This is Huddy At the RPC Podcast! I talk about life challenges, mortgages, debt, finance, credit and a whole other world of topics including mixed martial arts, books I've read, and kids in the world today! I'm a variety, mixed bag and full of Irish blood! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/huddy-at-the-rpc/support
 
A must listen for those interested in gaining unique insight into comprehensive M&A. Unlike the competition, Mergermarket provides market-leading proprietary intelligence with a focus on origination. This actionable information enables firms to track the strategic intentions of potential and existing clients, and be the first to know of any relevant M&A developments. Tune in to listen to professionals speak about the latest information on the biggest movers and shakers in the industry!
 
When a business manager invests in new or modified software, he or she expects business results from that investment. Sadly, more often than not, they don't get that. They may get a technically brilliant system, but if that system's architecture isn't based on the architecture of the business, or on business goals and strategy – then it's still a failure. In this mini-course you'll learn how to establish a software architecture that is closely aligned to the business and to business goals. S ...
 
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Twenty episodes ago, in early summer last year, our Taxing Matters podcast focused on the newly emerging risk of furlough fraud. Now, nearly a year on (and three iterations of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme later) David Francis, Head of Tax Dispute Resolution at Grant Thornton, joins us to discuss this important and evolving topic. At the out…
 
The backlog of criminal cases (especially for those relating to fraud) has increased considerably. It is reaching worrying levels resulting in administrative difficulties and substantial cost, both in financial and emotional terms. In the past year, the number of outstanding Crown Court trials has risen by over 40% with trial dates now being fixed …
 
With now over 100 countries signed up to the international information exchange known as the Common Reporting Standard (CRS), last year HMRC received 84 million details of bank accounts covering one in 10 UK citizens. As CRS data is increasingly used by HRMC to identify who should be targeted for investigation and "nudge letters", it is vital that …
 
Described by a previous guest on Taxing Matters as “the last bastion of the citizen against the Government", the importance of judicial reviews cannot be overstated. Yet, with the Government launching an independent review into judicial reviews, could the outcome spell future limitations and curtail the rights of businesses to access this important…
 
March 8th is International Women's Day, and to mark the occasion this episode of the Taxing Matters podcast features five empowering women who have all strived to encourage diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Our guest speakers all come from very different backgrounds and include a global tax correspondent at the FT, a former Tax VP at Sony a…
 
We are experiencing a surge in economic crime – the National Crime Agency estimates fraud alone costs UK businesses around £140 billion a year. With the CPS, the SFO, and other prosecutors barely able to scrape the tip of the iceberg, many businesses have turned to private prosecutions to recoup losses and protect their reputation. In this episode …
 
From the 1st January 2021 the new UK sanctions framework officially came into force under the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018 (SAMLA). Notably, SAMLA was one of the first of the first Acts passed as a direct result of Brexit. In this podcast episode, we are joined by guest speaker Alex Haines, a Barrister at Outer Temple Chambers speci…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Taxing Matters podcast returnee, Harry Smith, to give us a crash course in procedural arguments in the context of a dispute with HMRC – and why they are sometimes referred to unfairly as "technicalities". Show references Mosson v Revenue & Customs [2020] UKFTT 359 HMRC v Tooth [2019] EWCA Civ 826 Credit Suisse Secu…
 
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