EY & HMRC joint webcast on - UK Tax incentives for innovation, 13 November 2013
Audio Webcast | Duration: 90 minutes
13 November 2013 at 4:30pm - 6:00pm (IST)
The UK has undertaken a substantial reform of its tax system to make it more attractive for businesses to invest in and through the UK. In particular, the UK is seeking to reward innovation activity through two key initiatives: R&D tax credits and Patent Box, both these areas are being relevant to Indian headquartered groups. This webcast will focus on the relevance of these two tax incentives for Indian multinationals and focus on the key sectors for India where the benefits from these tax incentives could be significant.
Ernst & Young LLP (UK) – Partner, International Tax Services & UK Patent Box Leader
Kate Alexander is a Tax Partner at EY and has over 15 years’ experience of advising clients on international tax matters. Kate leads EY's Patent Box team and specialises in helping clients to design and implement intangible assets strategies.
Ernst & Young LLP (UK) - Partner & Head of R&D Tax Services
Frank leads the National R&D Tax Practice at EY UK and has over 15 years experience with R&D tax claims in both the UK and Canada. He has extensive experience in R&D claims across industry's and advises on developing approaches and implementing internal systems to manage the R&D process contemporaneously and is an active member HMRC’s R&D consultative committee.
Director, Ernst & Young Ltd, UK - India branch office - International Tax Services
Kannan is a Director in the International Tax Services team at EY UK and has over 15 years experience in advising Indian and UK groups on a range of cross-border issues. Kannan is currently based in India and advises Indian groups on their UK and European tax matters.
HMRC, Head of Policy, UK R&D credits and Patent box
Carol is the senior policy lead at HMRC for both the UK patent box regime and the UK R&D credit regime.
Partner, Ernst & Young LLP (India) & National Leader - International Tax Services
Jayesh is the International tax leader at EY India and has close to two decades of experience in corporate tax, in particular international tax and transaction structuring. His forte lies in cross-border transactions, transfer pricing planning, documentation and controversy management and assisting companies in international tax planning.