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21-22 June 2017
Grange City Hotel,
London

International Tax Congress 2017

Bringing together senior international tax leaders, policy makers and leading advisors in order to equip you with the tools needed to navigate an increasingly complex landscape

Benefit from expert panel sessions, unique case studies, thought provoking keynotes, unmissable breakfast briefings and excellent networking opportunities

At a Glance

170+
Attendees
80%
Senior in-house tax professionals
60+
Speakers

What we have planned for 2017

OECD Keynote Address

Melinda Brown, Senior Advisor at the OECD, will be opening up day two of the Congress, outlining the OECD's Centre for Tax Policy and Administration's agenda for 2017/18. Don't miss the opportunity to hear directly from the OECD on their vision in transforming the international taxation landscape, including BEPS, and the platform for collaboration on tax and the toolkits for developing countries. 

The International Political Landscape

2016 was a turbulent year for international politics, with the UK voting to leave the European Union and the United States electing Donald Trump as their new President. With several general elections in Continental Europe this year, 2017 is expected to be no different. This expert panel will explore the wider implications, challenges and opportunities that these factors may have on international tax rules.

The Reality of BEPS

Widely considered to be one of the most discussed areas of international taxation in recent years, BEPS has and will continue to be at the forefront of the agenda for MNE's and tax professionals alike. This panel of international experts will explore how BEPS is being implemented and the extent to which we can see visible changes, looking at various jurisdictions, responses and approaches. 

The Future of Fiscal State Aid Post Apple

In light of Apple’s ruling by the European Commission, multinationals will now have to take extra time in assessing the risks associated with EU State Aid. This panel will discuss the complexity in defining State Aid, latest considerations, including the chellenges and and wider implications associated with EU State Aid in the present landscape and how these can be minimised, as well exploring State Aid beyond Europe. 

The Challenges of the Digital Economy

The digital economy poses many challenges for multinationals. This panel will address some of the wider issues associating with taxation in the digital economy, including the practical challenges of applying traditional tax rules to a constantly evolving ditigal landscape.This thought provoking session will offer practical insights to tackling these issues in one of the most uncertain aspects of multinational taxation today.

The Compliance & Transparency Burden

There has been a continued pressure for tax professionals to adhere to compliance and transparency in the current landscape. The panel will analyse these key issues but most importantly give you the opportunity to get the inside track on the potential successes and pitfalls when examining the various approaches companies should take in implementing tax transparency and compliance risk management practices.

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