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ITR Leading Women in Tax Forum 2019 - February 26, Convene, New York


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In-house / corporate tax executives can attend free of charge

International Tax Review is delighted to return to NYC for our 2nd annual Leading Women in Tax Forum . This interactive one-day forum will cover US and global tax and transfer pricing developments and provide a platform for tax professionals and in-house tax practitioners to learn in a collaborative and supportive environment. Nothing is the same as last year. Tax professionals and practitioners need to catch up on legislative developments, discuss the impact of pending legislation on their businesses, determine the best structuring, negotiating and documenting of business entities, account for the US taxation of international transactions, and determine the tax implications of certain financing and joint ventures.

In addition, our forum also offers the chance to celebrate women in tax and learn from their real-life experiences on career progression, leadership, sponsorship/mentorship, and work-life balance. We need more senior women leaders in tax (chief tax officers) since it is proven that gender-balanced leadership teams result in better business performance because they are less prone to tax evasion or accounting fraud and they assess risk differently when making strategic decisions.

Benefits of attending:

  • Debate whether the America Tax Cuts & Jobs Act has had the desired effect on corporate taxes
  • Get the answers to your transfer pricing concerns: GITLI, BEAT, FDII
  • Discuss the successes and challenges for women in our workplaces
  • Understand the challenges in digital tax policy
  • Determine the best tax structuring in M&A
  • Learn how to effectively build and manage an in-house tax department
  • Hear how the Wayfair case has affected state tax reform
  • How to handle foreign disclosures, tax credits and expense allocations
  • Balancing professional responsibilities with busy personal lives

To particpate in the Forum in 2019, as a delegate, speaker or sponsor, contact us as below:

Gurveer Vasir
+44 (0) 207 779 8579

Beth Ranney
+1 212 224 3542

Jamil Ahad
+44 (0) 207 779 8767


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