Deloitte is hosting its annual Real Estate Seminar on Friday 14th November at the Royal Yacht Hotel in St Helier.  

Siobhan Durcan, Director at Deloitte who heads up the organisation’s Offshore Real Estate team, comments: ‘The real estate industry has faced many challenges over the last few years with more to come. The purpose of our seminar is to share expertise and knowledge with participants on the key accounting, advisory and tax issues that clients should be aware of as they look ahead to the end of the year.’  

The seminar will be relevant and informative for all levels of the business, from senior executives to administrators and accountants.   Speakers include William Matthews, a senior manager based in Deloitte’s London Real Estate team, who will provide a Q3 market update of trends across the UK and Europe for all sector groups.  

Tendai Rumhuma will provide an accounting update for all levels of the business. Tendai is a manager in the Jersey Real Estate Practice and will provide an overview of the key accounting standards, old and new, that we need to be aware of as we approach the year-end on our Real Estate Entities.  

Andy Wood, a senior manager in the Jersey RFRS department, will be looking at the implications of bank capital requirements and deleveraging on the funding landscape and sharing experiences of recent activity. In particular Andy will consider the European banking developments and how these will impact real estate structures.  

Paul Woodman heads up the Jersey tax practice and will close by providing an overview of the recent tax developments impacting UK and Jersey real estate.  

Venue: The Royal Yacht Hotel
8:00am coffee and registration
8:30am – 10.30am breakfast briefing  

Anyone interested in attending should contact Marion Buxton at Deloitte. mailto:mabuxton@deloitte.co.uk or tel: 01534 824380.  
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