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Stephen Morrall and Jonathan Godwin-Austen speak at The LAPADA Conference 2019

  • February 21, 2019
  • By Stephen Morrall, Partner

Partners Stephen Morrall and Jonathan Godwin-Austen are today, 21 February 2019, speaking at the 11th edition of The LAPADA Conference at the House of Lords.

A unique proposition in the UK’s art and antiques trade, the annual LAPADA Conference is the most prominent industry forum of its kind. Over the last decade, the conference has welcomed a broad selection of world-class speakers to engage, inform, and inspire the trade.

In addition to providing practical knowledge on key issues, the Conference offers the chance to network with other trade professionals throughout the day. Due to the upcoming Restoration and Renewal Project at the House of Lords, 2019 will be our last year in this extraordinary venue.

Stephen and Jonathan will be speaking during the “Business and Succession Planning for Art & Antiques Dealers” session. They will explain what you need to know about structuring and planning for the future of your business both now and in anticipation of your retirement. Whether you are planning to hand over your business to a family member or someone else or gradually wind down, Stephen and Jonathan discuss everything you need to consider so that you are prepared when the time comes.

Read the Conference 2019 programme here.

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