16 - 18 Sep 2020International Tax Planning Masterclass
The course will focus on how to devise the building blocks of a comprehensive tax planning strategy utilizing the remaining tax planning opportunities and potential safe harbours following the implementation of the OECD/G20 BEPS Project, the recently implemented and proposed EU direct tax initiatives and US tax reform.
Early Bird Discount: a 30% discount will be automatically applied for registrations received 60 days or more before the commencement of the course (cannot be used in conjunction with other discounts).
- International Tax Planning Masterclass
SummaryThis is a 3-day advanced level course on international tax planning and structuring. You can join this Masterclass when:
Overview and Learning ObjectivesThe course will focus on how to devise the building blocks of a comprehensive tax planning strategy utilizing the remaining tax planning opportunities and potential safe harbours following the implementation of the OECD/G20 BEPS Project, the recently implemented and proposed EU direct tax initiatives and US tax reform. The topics include:
- your tax planning skills can do with a quick update on the latest global tax regulatory, legislative and case law developments in a practical and sometimes challenging manner;
- you just want to learn new tax planning-related skills at an advanced level to differentiate yourself in the market;
- you wish to obtain the latest know-how on international best practices; or
- you simply want to be part of a reinvigorating professional experience.
Field of Study
- PE tax planning in light of the latest international case law
- ensuring beneficial ownership status for passive income in corporate structures
- successfully dealing with the impact of new EU/US anti-avoidance measures
- managing substance to dismantle anti-avoidance tools
- setting up structures to effectively plan indirect transfers of real estate and other assets
- recent case law and domestic law developments concerning anti-abuse measures from around the globe
- addressing the latest disclosure and reporting obligations
- obtaining rulings and APAs
- dispute resolution
TaxesWho Should Attend?The course is suitable for tax practitioners in advisory firms, tax specialists in commerce and industry, and government officials with at least 5 years of experience and cross-border responsibilities.Course Level and PrerequisitesThis is an advanced-level course. Participants will be expected to have a good understanding of the application of double tax treaties, transfer pricing issues and practical tax considerations that have an impact on international tax planning.
- Avoidance of permanent establishment risks in light of current international case law
- Obtaining tax treaty benefits - part 1: Ensuring beneficial ownership status
- Obtaining tax treaty benefits - part 2: Ensuring compliance with the principal purpose test, limitation on benefits clause and other treaty and domestic anti-abuse measures
- Outbound tax planning: The extraterritorial reach of EU, US and other domestic tax laws
- Managing tax transparency measures and tax risk assessment
- Dispute prevention: advance tax rulings (ATRs) and advance pricing agreements (APAs) post-BEPS.
- Dispute resolution - part 1: Mutual agreement procedures (MAPS)
- Dispute resolution - part 2: Arbitration in tax matters
- Case study-based assignments