On 6 September 2019 at the Royal Museums of Arts and History in Brussels, Prof. Dr Hans van den Hurk, chairman of the Annual Global Tax Policy Conference of the Maastricht Centre for Taxation (Maastricht University) with his esteem speakers are addressing the above question.
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The 5TH Global Tax Policy Conference of the Maastricht Centre for Taxation is set for September 6th, 2019, in Brussels. The conference brings together renown experts, government officials, CFOs and tax directors of multinationals enterprises, tax advisors, non-governmental organizations and academics that are interested in how states choose their route and balance their interest in a new international tax world plenty of changes and challenges for business and governments.
|09:10||Abuse cases in the EU||Jasper Korving|
|10:00||BEPS 2.0||OECD, Wanda Montero|
|11:10||Attribution of income, beneficial ownership and PPT. ECJ decision on the German anti-treaty shopping clause||Rainer Prokisch|
|12:10||Politics versus business: why are we where we are today||Theo Keijzer|
|14:00||Mandatory disclosure||Robert van der Jagt|
|14:50||Cooperation between tax administrations, round table||Representatives of revenue services from UK (Victor Baker), USA (Virginia Tarris), Argentina (Sebastian Paladino)
Chair: Gonzalo Arias, CIAT
|16:00||GAAR round table:
1. CAN, MERCOSUR, EU developments
2. MNF and abuse
3. Aggressive tax planning indicators in Latin America
4. The Granada Declaration
|Representatives of revenue services from Brazil (Cláudio Ferrer de Souza), Colombia (Claudia Vargas), Ecuador (Marisol Andrade Hernández), European Union (Franco Roccatagliata), TJN (Moran Harari Pelman), Academia (Fernando De Man, Jose Manuel Castro, Ernesto Lejeune)
Chair: Esperanza Buitrago
|17:15||Aggressive Tax planning and financial secrecy.||Tax Justice Network (Moran Harari Pelman)|
|17:50||End of the conference|
|18:00||NB: all participants are invited to leave the building no latest than 18:00 O’clock in order to comply with the Regulations of the Royal Museums for Arts and History.|
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