Brexit – No Budget but an election seminar

Brexit – No Budget but an election

Thursday 28th November

Another year on and the Brexit story drags on. Confident of leaving the EU on 31st October the Chancellor, Sajid Javid had indicated that he planned to present his first Budget on 6th November.

Now there is to be an election on 12th December and the UK will have a new Government to take it into 2020 and beyond. The pre-election environment is particularly volatile and there is considerable uncertainty over who will form the next Government.

In this seminar we will consider the policy proposals from the 3 main parties, Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrats and what they could mean for you.

At this not-to-be missed seminar Ian Black, AAM Head of Financial Planning and Wealth Solutions, will consider the policy proposals from the three main parties, Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrats and discuss:

  • If implemented what would the budget mean for you and what action should you take?
  • In these uncertain times what steps can you take to protect yourself from ever rising taxation?

This could be a momentous Election and knowing how you are affected could make all the difference to your wealth.

Ian Black is a Chartered Financial Planner and Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute’s Personal Finance Society. He benefits from over 25 years’ experience and is one of the industry’s leading technical experts on offshore insurance-based planning.

Date: Thursday 28th November 2019

Speaker: Ian Black, Head of Financial Planning & Wealth Solutions

Time: 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm (Seminar commences @ 6.30 pm)

Cost: Complimentary (Wine & Light Refreshments Included)

Venue: AAM Advisory, CapitaGreen #06-01, 138 Market Street, Singapore 048946

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