M&A Annual Bootcamp at Westville Country Club (2&3 December 2021)

This year's Boot Camp is planned with a bit of a difference, we are looking at the future and what is in the pipeline. 
Our first day is an in depth look at Cryptocurrencies and everything we can think of that will affect this asset - is it capital, revenue? Is it a financial asset or inventory? What does the Reserve Bank have to say? And of course, what are the tax implications of this transaction? As Cryptos are gaining in popularity, these are ideas and concepts that we need to get familiar with as they are definitely going to become more and more part of our normal business day. In addition, we will look at the current state of Exchange Control regulations and where they may go in future.
The second day is a look at the work in progress of the law makers and standard setters.  The day will be structured to discuss the proposals from
  • National Treasury relating to tax, 
  • Department of Trade and Industry - Companies Act Amendments  
  • IASB - the work plan and current projects for IFRS and IFRS for SMEs
  • IFAC - The Quality Management Project, Auditing of Less Complex Entities and other updates
  • And of course Ethics the whole way through....
Day 1: Cryptocurrencies - a 360 Degree Perspective with insight in Exchange Control (2 Dec 2021 9am to 4pm)
Day 2: The way forward - updates and work in progress
(3rd Dec 2021 9am to 4pm)
Lunch with plenty tea and coffee throughout the day!!
1 Day only R3200 per delegate 
Both days R5800 per delegate
To secure your seat at this event:
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Company billing details
Delegate details (including any special dietary requirements)


Note: should Covid regulations not allow the event to take place on the date then we reserve the right to re-book a later date regulations allowing. We encourage all participants to comply with the covid restrictions in place at the time of the event. Please wear masks and sanitise hands wherever practical.