Agriculture Seminar – Succession & Diversification: What’s your plan?

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Date(s) - 13/09/2017
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Angel Hotel (Abergavenny)


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We are delighted to announce that the Broomfield & Alexander Agriculture Team have great pleasure in partnering with Gabb and Co, Powells Chartered Surveyors, Land & Estate Agents and Lloyds Bank’s Agricultural Team to host Succession & Diversification: What’s your plan? on the 13th September 2017 from 5pm until 7:30pm at The Angel Hotel in Abergavenny.

Our specialists know that succession planning and diversification can be daunting, but putting these plans in place is important to ensure the long term success of your Agricultural business.

Our seminar will cover:

  • The potential complications of diversification and different business structures
  • The legalities and practical implications of diversifying; including common pitfalls and negotiation points.
  • Shaping your business for succession including how to avoid family conflict
  • How to release value from the business, for diversification and to enable the older generation to retire.

This event is free to attend, however registration is required.

You will be welcomed with some great pub classics with the opportunity before and after to speak with our experts.





Bookings are closed for this event.

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