Seeking venture capital or private equity investors requires a level of financial reporting that most early-stage start-ups haven’t got. How do you set the stage for working with investors? Join this session on 30 September to learn more about the questions investors are likely to ask before they agree to invest, which include a range of financials as well as other topics.

Date and Time
Thu, 30 September  – 12:00 – 13:00 EDT

Key Takeaways:

  • What investors would expect
  • Recognising areas of more complex accounting
  • Advantages of starting early
  • Common pitfalls in Due Diligence checks with Transfer Pricing, Employment taxes and VAT/Sales taxes



  • Event Introduction from the SR Team
  • Discussion session
  • Followed by audience Q&A

Speaker Bios

Pete Hine, Audit Partner: Pete Hine is the leader of Frazier & Deeter’s UK Audit practice. He has 14 years’ experience in audit at KPMG in both London and Reading. Pete is responsible for signing accounts and leading teams for UK & international entities, across a range of sectors. Pete has a diverse range of experience and serves clients with complex accounting needs. He has extensive knowledge of various types of GAAP (UK, IFRS, US).

Malcolm Joy, Tax Partner & UK Managing Partner : Malcolm Joy is the Lead Partner of Frazier & Deeter’s UK advisory practice. Malcolm is one of the U.K.’s leading experts in international tax matters. He led the team that was awarded the International Accounting Bulletin’s first ever International Tax Adviser of the Year award and he serves as a technical expert and frequent speaker regarding international tax matters at industry events.

Jonathan Clark, Tax Director: Jonathan is an experienced personal tax, employment tax and global mobility tax advisor. He works with multi-national corporations, SME and start up business and private clients. He has extensive experience in global mobility (expatriate tax, social security, international payroll and cross-border tax planning) as well as supporting individuals with complex personal tax affairs and working with SMEs on various tax planning and compliance matters as they grow.


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