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The Property Tax Review Green Paper was presented to the States on 18th July 2014 by the Minister for Treasury and Resources. The deadline for responses is 5pm on 31st December 2014. › read more & have your say

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Tuesday 16 September 11:40

Can you give your employees 15 minutes for our future? › read more

Friday 8 August 08:00

Chamber Opportunity-Help Shape the Future. › read more

Thursday 7 August 16:13

Is the time right for small business to benefit from compliance and regulation exemptions? › read more

Friday 31 January 09:32

The Interim Population Policy - How does this Affect Business? › read more

Monday 27 January 11:57

Red Tape Review › read more

Wednesday 11 December 09:15

Chamber's Christmas Wish List › read more

Friday 22 November 10:18

Cooperation in the Air? › read more

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  • The National Trust for Jersey - 16 New Street - Corporate and Private Hire Located at the centre of St. Helier, 16 New Street is an elegant Georgian town house that offers a uniquely historic venue for corporate and private events. Whether you wish to organise a refined lunch or dinner, or are looking for an exceptional meeting room, 16 New Street will make your event a memorable one. Hiring the house will also help to support the work of the National Trust for Jersey, in preserving the Island’s built and environmental heritage for future generations.

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  • Survey of Financial Institutions 2012 The States of Jersey Statistics Unit has run an annual survey of Jersey’s financial institutions since the mid-1990s. Issues explored throughout this period have included: net profit on which Jersey tax is levied; expenditure on employment; expenditure on goods and services; and recruitment of local school leavers and university graduates.

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  • Survey of Financial Institutions - 2013 The States of Jersey Statistics Unit has run an annual survey of Jersey’s financial institutions since the mid-1990s. Topics explored by the survey during this period have included: net profit on which Jersey tax is levied; expenditure on employment; expenditure on goods and services; and recruitment of local school leavers and university graduates.

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Business Events

Local business events plus our own events schedule › Events Calendar

  • AJA - Reflections on Venice Biennalle 2014: Slide Presentation & Talk by AJA President Derek Mason We are to be given a Xmas architectural treat, exploring visual delights found at this years Venice Biennalle, including The Elements of Architecture [EOA], the result of a two-year research studio with Harvard University Graduate School of Design students, led by Rem Koolhaas

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  • Interview with Martin Bralsford Join us for the first in a series of fascinating interviews and networking events.

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  • BPP-Creating an Exceptional Team Teams form the building blocks of organisations in order to deliver competitive advantage. However, in order to do so managers need to define a common goal; understand how people want to work together and the behaviours required to develop better team performance. This session will focus on the diverse roles required to build a successful team and how to develop the team into a harmonious unit.

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  • BPP-Funds Across Different Jurisdictions Features of key fund jurisdictions (including US/UK/EU/Caribbean/CI/Other) Onshore v International Choosing between international jurisdictions Choosing the fund structure

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  • BPP-UK Stamp Taxes This course will cover stamp duty on the transfer of shares as well as stamp duty land tax for both commercial and residential properties

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  • BPP-Aligning Directors and Shareholders Interest This course looks at motivating employees and managers to carry out their job with the aim of maximizing shareholder wealth. We will look at setting targets and evaluating performance with both financial and non financial methods.

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  • BPP-JSCCA - Accounting Year in Review Another year passes and with it another set of events and circumstances driving change in the way that we account. This session takes a look back over the year at the developments that have arisen and gives consideration to current trends and likely changes as we head into the New Year.

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  • BPP-Better Client Chemistry This session will enable delegates to truly identify the wants, needs, preferences and personality styles of different clients in order to help them to build rapport and relationships that deliver win/win results for both parties.

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  • BPP-International Anti-avoidance Basics This course will cover a selection of significant anti avoidance rules, including controlled foreign companies; world wide debt cap; thin capitalisation and close companies. Basics of transfer pricing will also be included

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  • BPP-Introduction to the Jersey Finance Industry • Onshore versus International • What are the main uses of international finance centres and who uses them • Choice of jurisdiction- why Jersey? • Trust & Company Administration • Administration • Insurance services • Tax compliance and tax planning • Retail funds • Portfolio management • Regulation in international finance centres

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