Corporate taxpayers experience challenges if they are simultaneously subject to two or more tax systems, resulting in higher compliance costs and an increased exposure to tax risks. The workshop will provide a platform to discuss those challenges, and focus in particular on the international tax aspects of corporate tax planning.
We will address, for example, aggressive tax planning, Base Erosion and Profit-Shifting (BEPS), implications of Foreign Account Tax Compliance Acts (FATCA), the application of international tax principles, the role of tax treaties, and the concept of permanent establishment. The workshop is designed for mid-to-senior level tax officials with responsibilities to plan and control tax administration performance, as well as competent public authorities or international liaison units, and officials from ministries of finance in charge of international matters.
This learning initiative is supported by: