International Tax Conference – 27 mai

kpmg_logoTax is today a hot topic not only for business people, but also for politicians and social influencers. In the current economic and social environment, businesses need to be even more concerned about their tax position, as this can influence their bottom-line results as well as reputation on the marketplace.

Whether it is about tax authorities being particularly vigilant where aggressive tax planning is involved, or about relocation of workforce around the world which gives rise to pitfalls companies may not be aware of, or about the tax cost of moving goods around the globe, you need to be aware of the latest trends in taxation both in the European context as well as the wider worldwide picture.

To debate the latest hot topics in taxation, KPMG in Romania is pleased to invite you to its International Tax Conference in Bucharest on Monday, 27 May 2013. The event will involve presentations by KPMG tax specialists from Romania and several other European countries.

Speakers will give an overview of the current trends in international taxation and global mobility, as well as latest EU tax law developments. There will be an opportunity to ask our experts questions in a Q & A session.

Speakers will include the following:
• Rene Philips, Global Head of International Executive Services, KPMG in Belgium
• Robert van der Jagt – Chairman of KPMG’s EU Tax Centre, KPMG Meijburg, Holland
• Barry Larking – Head of Knowledge Management at KPMG’s EU Tax Centre, Holland
• Madalina Racovitan, Tax Partner, People Services Leader, KPMG in Romania
• Dragos Doros, Tax Director, KPMG in Romania
• Kay Masorsky, Tax Partner, Customs & Trade, KPMG Deutschland

Date
27 May 2013, 9:00 am

Location
Hotel Radisson,
Bucharest

Time
9.00 – 13.00

Language
English

Participation Fee
200 RON + VAT

RSVP Contact person:
Ana David

anadavid@kpmg.com
Tel: +40 372 377 758
Fax: +40 372 377 700

Programme
9.00 – Registration & Coffee
9.30 – Presentations by KPMG specialists 1st session:
o Expected major changes in Romanian tax legislation for 2014
o Recent international focus on tax evasion and aggressive tax planning
11.00 (approx) – Coffee Break
11.30 (approx) – Presentations by KPMG specialists 2nd session:
o Is Romania taxing employment more than other European countries?
o Global trends in mobility tax and policy issues
o Customs opportunities in international trade
13.00 – Buffet lunch

Source: KPMG

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