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TBC 2020|Congress Centre,London


Benefit from the expertise of in-house international tax leaders, top specialist advisers and leading policy makers


Benefit from insights from key policy makers

The International Tax Congress 2019 will bring together key policy makers and tax administrations to develop your understanding on their position and thinking on current international tax challenges, including BEPS, the digital economy and tax reform worldwide. You will also be able to ask your questions to the panel during our dedicated ask the policy makers Q&A session. 

The global digital agenda - what's the latest?

The tax challenges of the digital economy is a growing issue for tax authorities and policy makers alike, with the OECD's recent consultation providing diverse viewpoints from over 50 multinationals, academics, and others. Join us as we explore the various proposals being put forward by a number of countries, the industries view, how we can work together to reach a global solution. 

How is the use of technology impacting the tax function?

The modern day tax function has been under increased pressure over the years due to an increased compliance burden, often on a limited budget. Join us as we explore the impact of technology on today's tax function, what in-house tax professionals expect from their external advisors, and a honest look at how solution providers could improve existing products on the market. 

Tax in the boardroom

Internal and external stakeholders are increasingly becoming interested in tax affairs, meaning tax is no longer just a tax issue, it's a business issue. This session will look at best practice when managing tax affairs in the boardroom, corporate reputation management in wake of a business's tax affairs being under consistent public scrutiny, and managing relationships with tax authorities. 

The 'B' word: uncertainties ahead

The tax implications of Brexit currently pose a whole world of uncertainty. Join us as we discuss the implications that the UK's exit from the European Union may have on multinationals, how companies have been preparing for Brexit, including VAT, customs and excise duty, and many other challenges. This session is sure to further develop as we approach the conference date, so watch this space! 

Indirect Taxes Around the World

2018 was a busy year for indirect taxation across the globe. This practical session will explore how businesses are having to adapt to new indirect tax regimes worldwide, including obstacles they have faced along the way. Expect VAT in the GCC implementation, lessons learned from the South Dakota v Wayfair decision, and real time reporting compliance requirements. 

Attendees at a Glance

Senior in-house tax professionals

The Digital Tax Agenda – are we closer to reaching a global consensus?

Glyn Fullelove, industry expert and president of CIOT, shares his perspective on the the Digital Tax Agenda and the future of taxation for large multinational companies.

Transfer Pricing and Tax Certainty: Telling Your Own Business Story

Marta Pankiv, Senior Tax Manager, Group Tax and Transfer Pricing, at Tricentis shares expert insights on Transfer Pricing and Tax Certainty.

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