12 June 2012
Representatives from Moore Stephens International member firm, Moore Stephens Isle of Man, will speak at The 7th Annual Future of Superyachts Conference in the Nixe Hotel in Palma on 19th-20th June 2012. Now established as a “must attend” event on the Superyacht calendar, the conference brings together a broad spectrum of some of the most prestigious individuals in the industry for networking and debate. This year the President of the Balearic Islands José Ramón Bauzá, will open and give a welcome presentation to over 80 delegates.
“Once again it is exciting to be part of this event,” said Ayuk Ntuiabane, partner at Moore Stephens Isle of Man, “I’m especially proud that Moore Stephens Isle of Man has not one, but two speaking opportunities, as Bransom Bean and I will both be speaking on the second day.”
Between them, they will cover a wide range of important, exciting and relevant topics in the world of Superyachts. Ayuk, who is a recognised expert on VAT matters will speak on the future shape of private yacht ownership and yacht chartering under the EU VAT system. Bransom Bean, a director of MSCB, will explore a range of employment benefits for yacht crew from their perspective and also owners.
“We consider it an honour to be invited to share our knowledge with some of the best known names in the industry,” continued Ayuk.