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01 - 03 Dec 2019Canadian Tax Foundation 71st Annual Conference

 
Category:
Conference/Seminar
Language:
English
Location:
Montreal, Canada
Canadian Tax Foundation 71st Annual Conference
IBFD is proud to announce that we will be present at the Canadian Tax Foundation (CTF) 71st Annual Conference taking place from 1 to 3 December 2019, at the Montreal Convention Centre in Montreal, Canada.
 
 
The Annual Tax Conference is a three-day event comprised of workshops, plenary sessions, a pick of concurrent streams, and social events.
 
Practitioners will have the opportunity to interact with mentors — tax accountants, lawyers, tax executives, senior officials with Justice and the CRA, judges from the Tax Court and the Federal Court of Appeal, and leading academics.
 
International Tax-Focused Topics:
 
  • Implementation of the Principal Purpose Test as part of the Multilateral Instrument — Canadian & Foreign Perspectives
  • Tax Implications and Policy Responses to the Digital Economy, and the Digitization of the Economy
  • Financing US Operations in the New Tax Regimes
  • The State of Transfer Pricing 
  • Federal and Provincial Tax Considerations Relating to Non-Resident Investment in Canadian Real Estate
  • A Comprehensive Review of Captive Insurance Companies
  • Impact of US Tax Reform: Two years out
  • Foreign Affiliate Update
  • International Tax Issues That Get in the Way of Business: Part II
  • Investments by Canadians in Private Equity Funds — Primary and Secondary Transactions

 

Registration Fee 
Cost
Early-Bird Registration (by Monday, 4 November)
USD 1544
Regular Member (after Monday, 4 November)
USD 1744
Government
USD 1344
Young Practitioner
USD 1094
Academic
USD 325
Student
USD 100
 
The Cocktail Reception will begin at 6 pm. Dinner will be at 7 pm. Space is limited! We strongly encourage you to register as soon as possible!
Montreal Convention Centre
1001 Jean Paul Riopelle Pl
Montreal, QC H2Z1H5
 
The Montréal Convention Centre welcomes its visitors in a building that combines beauty and functional and whose architecture builds on transparency and light. Among the highlights are the Lipstick Forest, a forest of pink trees, imagined by Claude Cormier, and its front panels of coloured glass. Like a window, the reflected game of light colors in the interior as well as outside the Palais. The restaurants and shops of the commercial gallery meet the varied needs of visitors.