Mon Oct 22 BST - Wed Oct 24 BST (about 3 years ago)
In your timezone (EST): Mon Oct 22 12:00am - Wed Oct 24 12:00am
Amsterdam - The Netherlands
Subsequent to the OECD/G20 BEPS Project and the EU initiatives, the implementation and the impact of these measures are key elements of the work ahead. In this course we are looking at the most recent updates, the current status and the prospects regarding international tax planning. Our focus areas throughout the course will include the following:
current trends in international tax planning, including the review and monitoring of the implementation of the OECD BEPS measures, an update on the EU and UN developments and a brief look at the recent developments;
the most recent update on the implementation of the Multilateral Instrument and its impact on international tax planning involving tax treaties
the effectiveness of anti-avoidance measures such as GAARs, CFC regimes, thin capitalization rules and treaty anti-abuse rules;
tax treatment of related-party debt financing, and other intra-group financial transactions;
international tax considerations of mismatches in entity and instrument characterization;
recent developments concerning transfer pricing;
the future of advance tax rulings and the latest update on EU State aid investigations;
Who should attend?
The course is suitable for practitioners in tax advisory firms, tax specialists in commerce and industry, and government officials.
Global Head of Tax at Arla Foods amba in Denmark
Legal Officer in the Direct Tax Litigation Unit European Commission in Brussels.
Manager of International Tax Training (ITT) at IBFD specialized in EU and international tax law.
Director of KPMG Meijburg & Co’s Transfer Pricing & Value Chain Management (VCM) Team in Amstelveen.
Writer and trainer
Tax Manager, AEX/Midkap group of PwC Netherlands
Financial Markets practice group of Simmons & Simmons LLP.
Tax lawyer at Loyens & Loeff
Jan de Goede
Senior Principal, Tax Knowledge Management