Hyatt Regency Johannesburg,
Africa's Leading Independent Transfer Pricing Forum
Featuring in-house TP leaders, top specialist advisers and the leading policy makers reshaping the international tax landscape for the 21st century
Exclusive case studies, thought provoking keynotes, panel discussions, workshops and the best structured networking opportunities in the industry
FEATURING 40+ LEADING TRANSFER PRICING MINDS INCLUDING...
WHAT WE HAVE PLANNED FOR 2017
Just some of the sessions you cannot afford to miss at TP Minds Africa this year:
OECD Keynote Address on the International Tax Landscape
Lee Corrick, Senior Advisor at the OECD, will be opening TP Minds Africa 2017 with a presentation 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 transfer pricing landscape, including BEPS, and their vision for international taxation in the 21st century.
The TP Landscape: Insights from Leading Policy Minds
This year's TP policy panel will feature key international policy making bodies including the OECD, the World Bank and regional tax authorities on the changing international tax landscape. They will include a focus on BEPS, the Multilateral Instrument, and the latest on transfer pricing policy in and practical advice for adapting to a constantly evolving environment in the 21st century.
Latest TP & BEPS Implementation Challenges Across Emerging Economies
How is the developing world responding to the constantly evolving transfer pricing landscape as a result of the OECD's BEPS project? This session will take an in-depth look at the challenges and opportunities that emerging economies are facing in a new age of international taxation, in light of BEPS and beyond.
Full coverage on how BEPS is being rolled out globally
Understand how BEPS recommendations and other guiding OECD principles are being implemented in key jurisdictions by tax administrations and the challenges that may arise from countries' unilateral action. Hear directly from those at the forefront of these drastic changes, defending their current structures against the background of a changing international tax landscape.
The Multilateral Instrument: Uncertainties Ahead
The final BEPS action point, the Multilateral Instrument has far reaching implications for businesses and states worldwide, including Africa. Enhance your understanding of the legal framework of the MLI including interpretation issues, and the considerable impact the MLI will have on international tax rules in Africa, such as impact on treaty abuse and much more.
Delve into the Mind of a Tax Authority
Grab this opportunity to hear from some of the leading tax authorities in Africa on their stance on BEPS implementation and other OECD initiatives. Develop your understanding of the tax authorities' position on current transfer pricing challenges, as we bring together authorities across the region.
TP Minds Africa at a Glance
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