Corporate Tax Summit


Date: 12 October 2017
Time: 08.30 - 17.30    Venue: Hotel NH Carlton Amsterdam, The Netherlands


This is the 4th edition of the Corporate Tax Summit in Amsterdam. The corporate tax function has traditionally been a rather low-key function. However, due to the enormous impact it has on a company’s profitability, corporates have come to realise that an efficient and proactive tax department can without doubt provide huge competitive advantage to an organisation.

At the same time, in these times of enormous public deficits and tax avoidance scandals, effective tax risk management is fundamental to avoid highly-damaging scandals, public fury and tax penalties and fines.

During the Corporate Tax Summit, tax partner Willem Bongaerts will discuss the latest developments for i.a. IP patents, Life-sciences and other IP, the impact of OECD (BEPS) and EU (i.a. ATAD) on IP ownership structures and other recent developments as well as a lunch table discussion on Brexit and its tax consequences.

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The programme

Thursday 12 October:

  • A focus on the principal Transfer Pricing challenges arising from BEPS
  • Best-practice in Country by Country Reporting
  • Implementation of the Multilateral Convention on BEPS
  • A focus on Permanent Establishment
  • Ensuring compliance to tax transparency regulatory requirements
  • Managing, preventing and resolving Transfer Pricing disputes
  • Effective documentation management for tax reporting
  • Complexities of cross-border corporate tax management
  • Challenges surrounding transfer pricing/CbCR implementation under the new BEPS guidance

Friday 13 October:

  • Operational excellence for corporate tax management
  • EU treatment of state aid and its impact on corporate tax management
  • Tax audit management
  • Developments impacting tax from the digital economy
  • Development and utilisation of technology for increased effectiveness and efficiency of the tax planning function
  • What does Brexit mean for corporate tax planning?
  • Ensuring compliance to FATCA requirements
  • Effective management of VAT