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8th Annual International Taxation in CEE

Gain practical insights on tax planning and optimization in CEE, managing tax audits and tax risks, transfer pricing guidelines and documentation strategies and case studies on indirect tax compliance in Central and Eastern Europe

12 Oct 2017 to 13 Oct 2017
Prague, Czech Republic

12 Oct 2017 to 13 Oct 2017 Prague, Czech Republic

overview

Corporate Taxation in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) is currently undergoing a rapid change. While initially CEE had flat tax regimes to attract inward investment, recent tax policy developments in the region reflect global trends in international taxation.


With a view to increase Tax revenue, authorities in the region are increasing scrutiny of tax planning structures and Transfer pricing by multinational enterprises. This has resulted in intensification of Tax Audits, New Transfer Pricing Rules, Penalties and increasing Tax disputes.


Central & Eastern Europe provide a wide range of Taxation challenges. Tax professionals have to deal with a wave of new measures including new documentation requirements, Audits by Tax authorities and new Tax and Transfer Pricing related legislation. Achieving Tax compliance and minimising Tax Risks and Disputes are some of the key challenges facing Tax executives in the region.


GCM Parker is proud to announce its 6th Annual International Taxation in CEE. Following the success of our previous International Taxation in CEE conferences this agenda will feature expert speakers discussing a number of critical issues including:


  • Transfer Pricing Risk Management
  • BEPS Effect on Transfer Pricing
  • Cash Pooling, Intergroup Guarantees and Loans
  • Transfer Pricing and Documentation Strategies in CEE
  • The Arm’s Length Principle and Transfer Pricing
  • Effective Ways to Manage and Improve the Tax Function
  • Key Tax matters in Southeast Europe including Serbia
  • Tax and Transfer Pricing developments in Russia and CIS
  • View from the Tax Authorities in Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Romania
  • OECD developments in the area of Transfer pricing and attribution of profits to Permanent Establishments
  • Tax and Transfer Pricing implications for business reorganizations
  • Best Practices in successfully handling a Tax audit
  • Key VAT issues in CEE




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