October 7, 2020
Online Virtual Conference,
Delivered Live (East Cost Time) & On-Demand Afterwards
International Tax Dispute Resolution & Litigation Conference, Washington D.C
Manage today's tax risks in an unpredictable world
Bringing together policy makers, judiciary, tax authorities leading in-house tax professionals and expert advisors at the forefront of the international tax controversy landscape
What's in store?
Understand the controversy implications of global tax policy developments
The global tax policy landscape continues to evolve, with the OECD’s recent public consultation on the tax challenges of the digital economy, and BEPS 2.0 well underway.
The conference session will provide perspectives on BEPS implementation so far, how multinationals are dealing with the increased compliance burden. You can expect all key aspects of tax policy to be covered.
Hear in-house perspectives on transfer pricing disputes in 2020
With many tax professionals expecting TP being at the forefront of the tax controversy landscape, it is now imperative that multinationals are aware of the current climate.
This panel will explore the current TP controversy landscape iglobally, and industry speakers share their experiences with APAs, TP & customs interactions, and what may be in store for the years to come.
What does it mean to be 'audit ready' in the age of BEPS?
There is much discussion among tax professionals as to what does transfer pricing audit readiness looks like under the “new” BEPS environment?
This session will explore the different ways in which revenue authorities have been approaching BEPS, how they are approaching tax audits, and what multinationals need to be doing now to prepare.
Sales & Use Tax one year on from Wayfair
Over a year has passed since the landmark Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc.
The session will address the current SALT landscape, including individual states response to Wayfair, current filing obligations, and what businesses need to be doing now to ensure compliance.
Latest developments from Europe
With many US MNEs operating in Europe, businesses will now have to consider applicable tax rules as part of their global tax planning.
Join us as we take a look at recent European tax developments, including State Aid developments, anti-tax avoidance legislation, mandatory disclosure rules, and explore the implications for US multinationals.
The big tax transparency debate
This session will bring together industry experts to share their expertise on how to manage tax risks in wake of the global transparency agenda.
How are heads of tax managing relationships with tax authorities and key stakeholders within a business? This session will also explore best practice and guidance when presenting tax risks, along with effective corporate governance.