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09 Sep 2019IBFD Dialogues on International Taxation Seminar

Join us at the IBFD Dialogues on International Taxation Seminar on Monday, 9 September 2019, during the 73rd Congress of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) in London, United Kingdom. The event will start at 15:30, soon after the IFA Technical Sessions.
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London - United Kingdom
IBFD Dialogues on International Taxation Seminar


IBFD’s Dialogues on International Taxation Seminar at IFA London will focus on key specific issues in international taxation in order to give a quality indication of trends in the legal interpretation and policy of cross-border taxation. Top international experts will discuss the practical implications of international tax fairness issues connected with the taxing powers of the source state, giving you a unique glimpse into what truly matters in international taxation. Addressing the current tax issues, the IBFD dialogues, as always, will look at these problems from a different perspective, focusing on future developments. The IBFD dialogues are therefore a perfect in-depth supplement to the IFA seminars for a full immersion into technical issues combined with an overall view of tax sovereignty in the era of global tax coordination.


Likewise, in 2019, the IBFD dialogues will serve as an excellent platform to launch the completion of the IBFD Global Tax Treaty Commentaries (GTTC), which is the most authoritative source for analysis of and commentary on tax treaty practices across the globe. This peer-reviewed, cutting-edge publication is authored by world-class academics and tax professionals.


15:30-15.35  Welcome and opening 
Pasquale Pistone, IBFD Academic Chairman


15.35-15.50  Editorial to GTTC: What is GTTC and how we got there?
Richard Vann, GTTC Editor-in-chief, and Frans Vanistendael, GTTC Editorial Board


15.50-16.05  Source Taxation: Empirical evidences from selected tax treaties on the extension of the Source State taxing rights (as deviation to the models): How far can the Source State currently go?
Eduardo Baistrocchi, Associate Professor of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science


16.05-16.20  Concrete proposals of reform to improve international tax fairness from a developed country perspective
Diane Ring, Professor of Law and the Dr. Thomas F. Carney Distinguished Scholar, Boston College Law School, IBFD Professor in Residence


16.20-16.35  Inclusive framework and digital economy reform proposals seen from a developing country perspective
Natalia Quiñones, Advisor to the Commissioner at the Colombian Tax and Customs Administration


16.35-16.50  Improving international tax fairness from a corporate perspective
Christian Dorenkamp, Head of the Corporate Tax Department of Deutsche Telekom


16.50-17.00  Concluding remarks
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