Countrywide Tax & Trust Corporation Ltd has been chosen so…
Countrywide Tax & Trust Corporation Ltd (CTTC Ltd) appears alongside Prime Minister Theresa May, the chairman of the Parliamentary Review, Sir Eric Pickles and the President of the Law Society, Joe Egan, in the inaugural Law & Justice Edition of the Parliamentary Review.
Read by over 500,000 leading business executives and policy makers, the Parliamentary Review is a series of documents published by Westminster Publications Ltd, with the aim of sharing knowledge and raising standards.
Clive Ponder TEP, Director of CTTC Ltd stated:
“We are honoured to have been selected to appear in the Parliamentary Review as it is such a prestigious publication, in particular in its inaugural year for Law & Justice. It is a true reflection of the hard work and commitment of our staff to be chosen. We have always strived to be an example for best practice across the industry, and we will continue to provide technological advancements through our Countrywide Legacy Software to make this possible for ourselves and others who want to improve productivity and customer service.”
To celebrate and show appreciation to the staff of CTTC Ltd, who have been instrumental in making this happen, an invitation only launch party / drinks reception has been arranged next Thursday in Kenilworth.
As a fellow professional, we understand that you would also be interested in reading the Law & Justice Edition with its review in the year of law and including a number of contributing articles from leading experts within the legal industry.
Please click the link here to view your own copy of the Parliamentary Review
LAST FEW PLACES REMAINING
Following being awarded ‘Best Practice Representative’ in the inaugural Law & Justice edition of the Parliamentary Review, CTTC Ltd and its experts also embark on presenting another webinar on based on Capital Gains Tax.
- Rates that apply to Trustees
- Using Trusts to defer CGT
- Using ‘evidential Trusts’ to mitigate CGT
- Deeds of Variation and CGT
All webinars commence at 10am and finish at 11am
This article was submitted to be published by Countrywide Tax & Trust Corporation Ltd. as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Wills and Probate. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Wills and Probate.