Business taxation is extremely important but the lack of training on this subject has made most people avoid giving it the proper attention. Most leave the matter to the accountants but ultimately the person in charge will be liable regardless of his/her ignorance.
The seminar-workshop presents the procedures and computations in a simplified manner so as to enable the participant to have a good basic knowledge of business taxation after completing the seminar.
Who should attend:
This seminar is addressed to financial controllers, accountants, tax consultants, auditors, business owners, directors, departmental managers and corporate administrators
DATES: 15, 16 February
DURATION: 14 Hours
LOCATION: EIMF Premises, Nicosia
TIME: 09:00 – 17:15
FEES: HRDA eligible €292, non-HRDA eligible €530 (both + €100.70VAT)
|Start Date||Course Title||Location||CPD Units||Status|
|15 Feb||Business Tax Fundamentals||Nicosia||COMPLETED|
|14 Mar||Client Identification and KYC Process as Part of an Effective Audit Plan||Nicosia||5||COMPLETED|
|30 May||Audit Quality: Monitoring Results and Preparing for Audit Review||Nicosia||UPCOMING|
|TBA||Client Identification and KYC Process as Part of an Effective Audit Plan||Nicosia||5||UPCOMING|
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Instructor: Kalia Panteli
Kalia has worked as a tax consultant in one of the Big four audit firms of Cyprus. She interacted with many clients world-wide and provided them with advisory services. Kalia continued her path as a lecturer in a College in Cyprus, where she was responsible for the development of the ACA route of the College. Kalia taught many courses of the ACA qualification, such as the Financial Reporting, Audit and Assurance, UK and Cyprus tax.
Kalia has developed and conducted professional training seminars on Fraud Prevention and Detection, Corporate Cyprus tax, Internal Audit, Corporate Reporting, Indirect tax, Accounting and finance, as well as a variety of business topics to corporate audiences both in Cyprus and in Middle East countries. Her training clients include some of the largest financial and commercial organizations in the Middle East as well as various governments and central banks. Kalia has also been providing technical review for the preparation of tax preparation material for the F6 module (Cyprus tax) of the ACCA. She is currently the Manager of Intelion Partners, a boutique firm focusing on management, financial, and investment firm/fund advisory and consulting.