The Forum on Economic and Fiscal Policy (FEFP) will organize its second Tax Policy Conference in Amsterdam on 26 October 2018. The mission of the Forum is to improve the quality of global economic and fiscal policy for all stakeholders, with open and fact-based research, analysis and debate from a multistakeholder perspective. This conference will focus on Tax Policy, one of the most important and controversial agenda topics for governments, corporations and society.
Government officials, policy makers, CEOs and CFOs of corporations, tax consultants, civil society and academics: you are kindly invited to attend this conference. The discussions and speeches will provide you an in-depth overview on how tax policy may develop in the future, both on general as detailed level.
The 2018 FEFP conference brings together expert representatives from business, tax professional firms, governments , civil society and multilateral organisations and enables a structured dialogue and exchange of expertise which can feed into a more sustainable approach for tax policy issues at multinational corporations, governments, civil society and consultancy firms.
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM CET - Royal Tropical Institute Amsterdam, the Netherlands
The tax authorities dramatically increase amount of taxpayers’ data collection, often through a real-time sharing. They are using automated data crawlers and analytical tools to identify non-compliant behaviour. These new developments increase the compliance burden on MNE’s as well as the number of disputes raises across the globe increasing tax risks.
When considering tax technology solutions, you most probably look for a tool that solves all your issues. However, depending on the business configurations, in-house organizational set-up and compliance requirements, the optimal software solutions vary considerably from one MNE to another. Best practices suggest that designing a tax technology plan is crucial for the most suitable technology solution selection.
To facilitate you with navigation in this changing environment, our Tax Technology Event will not only explain the recent tax technology developments of tax authorities and their current strategies but will also assist you to get started with your tax technology plan and provide you with tips on practical implementation. Finally, we will discuss cases involving the use and implementation of tax automation.
During the event, the following topics will be covered through discussions and case studies:
9.00 AM - 4.00 PM CET Amsterdam, the Netherlands
The Brexit will continue anyway on 29 March 2019. But what will the treaty look like? Will it be a hard Brexit, soft Brexit or no deal? Certain effects are already noticeable in the Netherlands, the Brexit can hit any business. What are the consequences for your company?
Many new rules come into force when leaving the European Union. It is expected that the UK will leave both the European internal market and the customs union. After Germany, the UK is the Netherlands’ largest trading partner. As a result, considerable damage can be caused by the Brexit.
The UK will also lose its function being the 'Gateway to Europe'. Expansion of investments in the UK will decrease, and business activities will be relocated. 50% of Europe’s large companies are planning to invest less in the UK, and a large number of these companies will have a significant share of their capacity relocate elsewhere - fifteen percent will even leave the UK definitely.
Spoken language: Dutch
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM CET Vlaardingen, the Netherlands
The program is a mix of plenary workshops and forum discussion.
Costs: €395 per person, and €195, - for any additional person of your group
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