19 - 20 September 2023
Leonardo Royal Hotel London City,
International Tax Congress
Solving international tax challenges for the in-house community
Stay ahead of the curve on developing tax regulations, treaties, and cross-border compliance, to ensure efficient compliance and minimise risks for your organisation. Gain best practice insights from in-house tax leaders, specialist advisors and policy makers from the EU and beyond.
Connect with a diverse network of senior tax leaders from FTSE 100 multinationals, specialist advisors and government officials, to foster meaningful collaborations and partnerships for your organisation.
Meet and learn from leading tax experts:
Highlights of the 2023 agenda:
Implementation of BEPS Pillar 2: Current Developments
Gain a concise understanding of the latest developments and challenges surrounding BEPS Pillar 2 and its implications for businesses. The session aims to equip attendees with valuable knowledge and strategies to effectively tackle the implementation of Pillar 2, navigate compliance considerations, and adapt tax functions to the changing landscape.
The Big Push for Transparency
Explore complexities and considerations surrounding tax transparency, including the need for consistent application of GAAR, the effectiveness of existing frameworks, and the changing landscape of CbCR and reporting methodologies. The session will provide a platform for interactive discussions and knowledge sharing, allowing participants to exchange ideas and learn from industry experts and their peers.
Tax of M&A and Business Restructuring Today
Delve into the key considerations and strategies for effectively managing and optimising IP assets during the deal-making process. Attendees will gain insights into the valuation, due diligence, and structuring of IP assets, as well as the legal and tax implications involved.
Digitalisation of Tax and VAT in the Digital Age
Explore the impact and challenges of technology-driven advancements in tax administration. Countries are introducing online tax filings and e-invoicing across the EU and the world. What do multinationals need to know about specific jurisdictions, what are the new rules and what technology is becoming available? How can you be more efficient and effectively mitigate risk?
Lessons Learnt from Recent Tax Controversies
Analyse notable cases' implications on global tax policies, regulations, and public perception. Lessons learned encompass transparency, ethical tax practices, proactive engagement with authorities, and the necessity for robust tax strategies. Attendees will receive practical guidance for navigating tax controversies, managing risks, and upholding public trust in an evolving tax environment.
What Does it Mean to be “Audit Ready”?
The session focuses on joint tax audits in the EU, stressing the significance of collaboration between tax authorities and companies to prevent disputes. It examines real-life cases involving withholding tax, substance, and beneficial ownership, highlighting the challenges of determining tax liability. Explore best practices for managing joint audits, resolving disputes, and ensuring compliance with withholding tax and beneficial ownership requirements.
Attendees at a Glance
Senior in-house tax professionals
Become a 2023 partner
We have a number of exclusive and innovative sponsorship and speaking options, to help you demonstrate thought leadership in the arena.
For more information please contact Robert Miller at Robert.Miller@informa.com.