On 19 June 2017 at Hilton Schiphol in Amsterdam 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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|Pascal St Amans||Director, Centre for Tax Policy and Administration OECD|
|Michael Lennard||Chief, International Tax Cooperation Section Financing for Development Office; U.N. Dept. of Economic and Social Affairs|
|Hans Mooij||Chairman, TRIBUTE Foundation for international tax dispute resolution; Visiting Professor, International Tax Centre, Leiden University (Netherlands)|
|Parthasarathi Shome||Chairman, International Tax Research and Analysis Foundation (ITRAF)|
|Uwe Ihli||Head of Sector: Corporate tax directives & Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base: Company Taxation initiatives, at European Commission DG TAXUD|
|Sol Picciotto||Emeritus Professor, Lancaster University; Senior Fellow, International Centre for Tax & Development, United Kingdom|
|David Spencer||Tax attorney in New York, Senior Advisor Tax Justice Network 2005--2012, author of many articles in the "Journal of International Taxation"|
|Edwin Visser||Tax Partner – Tax Policy Leader EMEA, PwC Netherlands|
Since 2014, Maastricht University annually organizes the Global Tax Policy seminar. The global tax environment continues facing more changes and challenges. For business and for governments a new tax age started and 2017 continues making true many expectations of Governments and Tax Administrations. Participants to this year conference will have the unique opportunity to know and to be involved in the current debates with the main actors of the current tax scenario: international organizations, EU experts, academy, representatives from the industry and tax advisers.
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