#FootyBiz Twitter Chat

THE FOOTBALL BUSINESS

With the football season a few days away, join myself, Adam Osper and Pete Hackleton to discuss the various facets of the football business on Thursday 6th August at 1830 BST.

Adam is a Director at Tilney Bestinvest and advises clients on wealth management issues in a range of sectors including sport and football.

Pete is a tax specialist and advises a range of corporate and individual clients, primarily in the sports and entertainment sector. His major clients include both international and national governing bodies of sport, clubs, major venues, rights holders, other sports businesses and individuals.

We will be discussing player contracts, disputes, image rights, player finances, taxes, investments, retirement and pensions, football agents, sponsorship, broadcasting rights, disciplinary issues, football finance, football funds and club ownership. Join the conversation.

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