Have you ever wondered what it would be like to try an Olympic or Paralympic sport?
Gold Challenge is a new and exciting fundraising event that will encourage you and your friends, family or colleagues to take on a range of Olympic or Paralympic sports whilst raising money for Maggie’s!
Gold Challenge is the only Olympic fundraising event to take part in the UK, and is fully affiliated with the British Olympic Association and all sports are being coordinate by their governing body
Please join us for a very special carol concert on Monday 6 December at St George’s Church, Hanover Square in aid of Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres. The concert will feature seasonal songs from the Maggie’s London Chamber Choir and guest readers and performers including acclaimed Hollywood actor Rupert Everett, Olivier award winning, west end star Maria Friedman, Academy Award winner Julian Fellowes, renowned countertenor Christopher Ainslie and the internationally acclaimed Trinity Boys Choir, as well as host of other very special, surprise guests.
Please join us for a very special carol concert on Monday 6 December at St George’s Church, Hanover Square in aid of Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres.
Please join us for what looks to be a very entertaining and informative event at the City Golf Club on Wednesday, December 1, from 17:30 GMT.
Come and learn about our extensive Wholesale Trade Entry facilities and especially our Flexible Options facility as well as important changes to be
implemented with Eurex Release 13.0 on November 15.
After the informative part, we would like to invite you to enjoy a superb evening of food and drinks at the club bar and to compete in the state-of-the-art
simulators. You can play over the world's best golf courses - with a PGA Golf Pro in attendance to give you one-to-one professional golf tutorship during the evening - or race your F1 car down a famous Grand Prix course.
Also, there will be a Cocktail Master Class to teach you how to mix great cocktails.
"Tax is like a symphony. You cannot play it alone. An orchestra is needed."
(Javier Lasso Peña, Global Tax Director at ArcelorMittal)
Transfer pricing has increased in importance over the years due to the rise of globalization and multinational corporations. The importance becomes clear when more than sixty percent of world trade takes place within multinational corporations. After the world has faced the financial crisis most countries have started to take actions against “aggressive” tax planning and the use of tax havens.
150 attendees, double – stream conference and contribution from OECD, Oerlikon, Reed Elsevier Group, UniCredit Group, Siemens, Shell, Teva and many others.
Venue: Royal Society of Arts, London WC2N 6EZ
Date: 18th November, 4.00pm-6pm followed by a drinks reception
There is a general feeling in the hedge space that with the financial crisis behind us the industry is now rebuilding and restructuring itself to be fitter and stronger for the future. Lessons have been learnt across the sector and firms are now re-organising and repositioning themselves to start attracting new business. Regulation is also driving this change with many still anxious about the impact. This trend is happening at both ends of the spectrum, the large hedge funds are focusing on making sure they regain the trust and confidence of the large investors and the increasing number of new start ups are looking at their infrastructure with much more circumspect than the start ups of a couple of years ago.
'Analysing the current state and the future of High Frequency Trading'
HIFREQ TRADE 2011 will be the second annual event dedicated to practitioners and professionals involved in High Frequency Trading with aim to review past developments, current circumstances and future implications within this ever expanding area of trading practice. The first annual event was held on February 24th in London's Marriott Hotel, and the event showed the crucial importance of the topic that attracted close to 200 attendees.