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CIOT’s Advanced Diploma in International Taxation

The Advanced Diploma in International Taxation (ADIT) is a specialist advanced qualification awarded by the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT).

 

IBFD is an ADIT course provider for CIOT and offers a comprehensive range of international tax training solutions that may provide a good grounding for several topics of the ADIT.
 
The courses and webinars listed below cover a variety of topics required for Papers 1, 2 and 3 of the ADIT and provide students with a good understanding of these topics. However, they are not in themselves sufficient preparation for the exams. When selecting a specific course or webinar, please consult the relevant individual IBFD programmes, as well as the ADIT Syllabus and Guidance Notes.

 

IBFD also offers a full range of courses on tax treaties, transfer pricing, corporate taxation and VAT

 

 

PAPER 1 – Principles of International Taxation

  • Principles of International Taxation
  • Current Issues in International Tax Planning
  • International Tax, Legal and Commercial Aspects of Mergers and Acquisitions
  • International Tax Aspects of Corporate Tax Planning
  • The BEPS Multilateral Convention and Its Impact on Tax Treaties
  • BEPS Country Implementation – MLI and beyond
  • Principles of Transfer Pricing
  • Fundamentals of Tax Treaties (online course)
  • Residence (online course)
  • Permanent Establishments (online course)
  • Employment and Related Income (online course)
  • Passive Income (online course)
  • Business Profits (online course)
  • International Tax Planning (online course)
  • Double Taxation Relief (online course)
  • Fundamentals of Transfer Pricing (online course)
  • 2017 Update to the OECD and UN Model Tax Conventions (Webinar)
  • The Role and Future of Holding, Finance and IP Companies in International Tax Planning (Webinar)
  • Permanent Establishment Risks in International Tax Planning and Structuring in the Post-BEPS Era (webinar)
  • The Practical Impact of the Anti-Avoidance Measures in the OECD’s Multilateral Instrument (MLI) on International Tax Planning (webinar)
  • Substance in International Tax Planning (webinar)
  • Recent International Case Law on Permanent Establishment (webinar)
  • Taxation of Capital Gains and Offshore Indirect Transfers (webinar)
  • Taxation of the Digital Economy (webinar)
  • Managing Substance in Transfer Pricing (webinar)
  • Transfer Pricing Aspects of Intra-Group Services (webinar)
  • Risks and Opportunities in Intra-Group Finance (webinar)
  • Transfer Pricing Aspects of R&D and Intangibles (webinar)

Advanced International Taxation (Jurisdiction)

PAPER 2 – United States option

  • US Corporate Taxation
  • US Tax Reform – Implications for the Rest of the World (webinar)

Advanced International Taxation (Thematic)

PAPER 3.01 – EU Direct Tax option

  • Managing European Tax Affairs
  • EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD) Alert (webinar)
  • The End of Tax Planning in Europe? Reporting Tax Planning Schemes in the European Union (webinar)
  • Managing Tax Disputes in Europe (webinar)

PAPER 3.02 – EU VAT option

  • Introduction to European Value Added Tax
  • European Value Added Tax – Selected Issues
  • European Value Added Tax Masterclass
  • Advanced VAT Optimization
  • Fundamentals of Value Added Tax (online course)

PAPER 3.03 – Transfer Pricing option

  • Principles of Transfer Pricing
  • Transfer Pricing Masterclass
  • Transfer Pricing and Substance Masterclass
  • Fundamentals of Transfer Pricing (online course)
  • Managing Substance in Transfer Pricing (webinar)
  • Transfer Pricing Aspects of Intra-Group Services (webinar)
  • Risks and Opportunities in Intra-Group Finance (webinar)
  • Transfer Pricing Aspects of R&D and Intangibles (webinar)

Documentation and resources

The following documentation and resource materials are made available to open classroom course participants:

  • Course participants will have access to relevant online collections on the IBFD Tax Research Platform for a period of two weeks from the start of the course.
  • Session presentations are available electronically and will be shared with participants before the start of the course.
  • A vast array of study material is available in the IBFD Library.