The 14th Annual Tax Planning Strategies - U.S. and Europe Conference will examine the practical issues confronting multinational corporations in the new tax environment spurred by the G20 focus on greater tax transparency. Setting the tone for this year’s Conference on the first day is a special panel of high-level officials from OECD, government, and private practice, who will lead a discussion on how the OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan will affect taxpayer behaviors. Designed for international tax professionals from industry and private practice, other sessions on Day One will cover:
- Cross-border M&A developments highlighting innovative corporate transactions;
- The evolving global information reporting landscape and its impacts on financial institutions and other corporate taxpayers;
- VAT planning for U.S. businesses in Europe, the scope of modern opinion practice in light of BEPS, GAARs, and other challenges
On Day Two, sessions will focus on new developments affecting multinationals in:
- Cross-border financing, cross-border investment funds, treaty dispute resolution and arbitration trends, the evolving Permanent Establishment (PE) standard, and intangible asset planning
The Conference will be supplemented by a half-day Private Wealth Management Workshop and a Corporate Tax Executive Workshop on Wednesday, 9 April. Panelists will include industry leaders, senior government officials, and leading tax practitioners from the United States and Europe.
To view the conference brochure, including the agenda and confirmed speakers, please click here.