International Tax Review has lined up leading tax regulators and esteemed tax directors from some of the world’s largest multinationals to share insights and advise on some of the most complex issues facing the industry at the moment at its inaugural Summit on the Taxation of the Digital Economy.
Attendees will hear from digital tax business leaders to gain an overview of evolving digital tax policy and the future roadmap for digital taxation.
If the digital taxation is not handled properly, it could dramatically affect your business’s growth. It’s claimed that large multinational companies that can access local markets without a physical presence are not paying their ‘fair’ share, and are squeezing out local competitors – usually smaller – in part because of the tax advantage. This, in turn, has led to much recent activity, especially in the EU, to examine, and perhaps implement, new taxes on certain digital activity.
The European Commission proposed new rules on March 21 2018 to ensure that digital business activities are taxed in a fair and growth-friendly way in the EU. A European digital tax is on its way and Brussels wants to lead the charge, which is intended to push global partners to act to resolve the deep schism between where profits are generated and where they are taxed.
International Tax Review’s inaugural Summit on the Taxation of the Digital Economy was held on September 26 2018 at the Le Méridien Piccadilly Hotel, London.
The Summit’s packed agenda featured representatives from tax authorities and policy organisations, senior tax directors, and tax specialists. But what sets this event apart is the interactive deep dive roundtable format, discussing topics and sharing issues of relevance with a room of carefully selected and invited senior in-house tax executives from the UK and across Europe.
Participation at this event is by invitation only and places are strictly limited.
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