01 - 03 Dec 2019Canadian Tax Foundation 71st Annual Conference
- 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:
Registration FeeCostEarly-Bird Registration (by Monday, 4 November)USD 1544Regular Member (after Monday, 4 November)USD 1744GovernmentUSD 1344Young PractitionerUSD 1094AcademicUSD 325StudentUSD 100The 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!
- 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
Montreal Convention Centre1001 Jean Paul Riopelle PlMontreal, QC H2Z1H5The 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.