Our client, a leading organisation in the UAE, is currently looking for a Regional Finance Director to join their team in Dubai. Key aspects of the Regional Finance Manager role are to maintain and coordinate the management, financial accounting, and reporting and budgeting activities for the Group’s contracting division. Ms. Inglish has worked as an Employment & Training pro, setting regional placement records with tens of thousands in gainful employment. These very things, especially support of local producers, are what regional blocs like COMESA seek to achieve.
The Group’s findings suggest that, while regional bank expansion has the potential to affect the global financial system in a variety of ways, the still small overall footprint of regional banking groups means that current trends are unlikely to have significantly changed the risk profile of EME banking systems at this stage. Update December 2014: In August and October 2014 two follow-up workshops on EME banking systems and regional financial integration were held at the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) in Singapore and at the Bank of Spain in Madrid, respectively. The author will also examine the consistencies between regional integration and globalization.
On the 9th of September 2015, the EuroCham Regional Finance & Tax Committee invited Ms. Jillian Lim and Mr. Franki Au, Head at Financial Incentives at the Economic Development Board (EDB) to update our members on the tax incentive policy of the EDB in the wake of global developments. On the 19th of June 2015, the EuroCham Regional Finance & Tax Committee invited Mr. Henry Syrett, Partner, Tax Practice at Ernst & Young Solutions LLP to share with our members on the recently released revised Singapore Transfer Pricing Guidelines. A regional economic bloc should therefore be conceptualized as an entity encompassing and transcending nation-states.
Dato’ Subromaniam Tholasy, Director of Customs at the Royal Malaysian Customs Department, was invited by EuroCham’s Regional Finance & Tax Committee together with Mr Robert Tsang, head of Deloitte’s Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asia Indirect Practices (24.09.2014). It has, for instance, had a regulating impact on MNCs through measures such as corporate laws, competition policies, and labor policies.
Economic integration occurs whenever a group of nations in the same region join together to form an economic union or regional trading bloc by raising a common tariff wall against the products of non-member countries while freeing internal trade among members. One of the regional integration groupings in Africa is the Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA) which was previously known as the Preferential Trade Area for East and Southern Africa (PTA). FMCG finance also offers the opportunity to expand your experience in a variety of areas.