European Taxation Law Forum
will take place in Prague over two days on September 22nd and 23rd. Leading advisers, transfer pricing professionals and policy makers will come together at the Forum to exchange views on the current trends and issues impacting the market. The discussion during the 2-days event will focus on digital taxation, financial transitions, transfer pricing and technology, transfer pricing in APAC and LATAM, and much more.
In light of OECD's base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) initiative, taxpayers-now more than ever-need to have an appropriate and effective transfer pricing policy, the ability to comply with documentation and country-by-country reporting requirements, and a strategy for responding to related inquiries, which can be extremely time-consuming and can lead to tax adjustments, penalties, interest charges, and even negative publicity.
The challenges in focus include: attributing users with value connected to revenues; assessing the value of user interactions for tax purposes; balancing the cost of implementing the action vs. revenue collected from the tax; what parts of the economy and what businesses should be considered "digital" and "non-digital"; effect on growth of innovation businesses and on development of digital services for individuals.
The conference is organized as a get-together of the experts in the field of taxation from mainly the business sector for discussing tax policy/strategy issues such as digital transformation of tax functions, taxation of digital business models and digital economy, the future of profit taxation in the light of digitalization, and the aspects of change that accompany the digital transformation inside the tax departments
Key Learning Points
- Cross-border tax - challenges and ways ahead
- Divergent Thinking - Centred Approach to Tax Transformation
- Tax Authorities going Digital for better Control of The Digital
- Update from the European Commission
- Implementation and future development
- Covid-19 implication to tax measures in Europe
- Guideline of OECD and impact of COVID-19 in transfer pricing
- Digital Economy and cybercrime
- Green Deal and rule of law
- Court of Justice of the European Union in the area of taxation
Areas of responsibility:
- Lawyers in private practice
- In-house counsel
- Tax advisors
- National civil servants
- Transfer Pricing
- Indirect Tax
- International tax
- Tax Performance
- Digital tax
- Digital Finance
- Tax Digitalization
- Tax Technology
- Tax Transformation
- Vice Presidents
- Group/Team leaders
- Cross Industry
- Legal firm
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