|Event Date||Thu Jan 27 EST - Fri Jan 28 EST (in 3 months)|
Tax planning has become increasingly necessary in the current environment of strong regulation. Tax professionals are faced with challenging legal and group tax compliance issues, business restructuring, and overall group tax planning. Digitalization and automation of business functions is having a major impact on the Corporate Tax function which leads to more pressure from regulators to comply with evolving tax legislation.
The legal aspect of corporate tax cannot be underestimated. More and more tax departments are formulating advanced legal strategies to deal with the various risks in their structures. Considering current tax control frameworks, challenges caused by COVID, updates of BEEPS 2.0, DAC7, it is critical to keep up to date on group taxation regimes in order to minimize reputational risk and gain competitive advantage.
Why to Attend?
The summit provides a perfect opportunity to meet with tax experts form leading companies and to know how other tax directors are implementing advanced legal and strategic tax strategies; hear their perspectives – both success stories, lessons learned, to compare solutions and take away concrete strategies that you can use to drive strategic transformation in your enterprise.
Who Should Attend?
Heads, Directors, Officers, Leads, Vice-Presidents, and Managers responsible for Tax, Transfer Pricing and Compliance; Consultancy Companies, Service providers, Software Companies providing advice on direct tax issues.
General Counsel, SellerX
Global Transfer Pricing Senior Advisor, Shell
Head of Transfer Pricing, Deutsche Post DHL Group
Tax Senior Manager, Electronic Arts
Global Head of Tax, Zalando
Experience Manager International Tax & TP, Henkel
Policy Adviser, OECD
Global head of Tax and TP, H&M
Manager Global Indirect Tax & EMEA Tax, Goodyear Dunlop Tires Operations SA
Ruud van der Hoeven
Head of Tax Europe, Middle East and North America, Johnson Electric
Senior Tax Manager, Oerlikon
VP Corporate Tax & Customs, Nordex SE