Webinar on the UAE’s Special Economic Zones Coming Up!
We're excited to announce our next webinar and first in a series of events dedicated to Special Economic Zones (SEZs) throughout the globe.
This one, which will take place on Thursday, October 10th at 12:00 pm London BST, will focus exclusively on the UAE's SEZs.
With their own business and trade laws, Special Economic Zones (SEZs) within jurisdictions offer plenty of financial advantages to companies that decide to set up there.
This webinar will take a look at how SEZs in the UAE operate, their main advantages and disadvantages when attracting FDI, and other issues related to their management.
Make sure to book your spot below!
Submit Your UAE SEZ Questions
Some of the questions to be tackled by our panelists include:
- What are the different SEZs available in the UAE?
- What are some of the tax advantages offered by these SEZs?
- What are the main requirements to set up a company in these SEZs?
- What are some of the main industries taking advantage of the UAE's SEZs?
- And plenty more!
As usual, our panelists are awaiting your questions on the UAE's various SEZs.
Make sure to submit as many as you'd like below.
Our UAE Special Economic Zones Experts
Dr. Peter Wilson, PB First Global Tax Advisors, Dubai, UAE
Dr. Wilson is an Australian by birth, and has lived in Sydney, London, New York and now is a Dubai resident.
During more than 36 years, he has advised a wide range of multinational clients on the international tax law applicable to their trading and investment activities as well as to their ownership. He has formal qualifications in taxation advising, chartered accounting and law and a PhD in 'BRICS and International Tax Law' from Queen Mary, University of London. For many years, Peter was an International Tax Partner of EY and later PwC and an Investment Banker at a major Japanese Financial Institution and now he runs the PB First Global Tax Advisors.
Andrew Morris, Partner, Banks Legal, Dubai, UAE
Andrew is Partner at Banks Legal with 10 years of UAE legal experience.
Andrew has extensive experience across all aspects of corporate, commercial and business law. His expertise is particularly recognized in the area of Foreign Direct Investment, having advised numerous cross-sector clients on all aspects of UAE market entry and regional expansion and restructuring.
Prior to joining Banks Legal in 2012, Andrew worked for a top tier New Zealand firm advising on major oil and gas transactions, before spending 5 years in the Dubai office of the international law firm Clyde & Co from 2007. During this time, Andrew gained in-house experience whilst on secondment to global education provider GEMS Education.