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Tax planning 4.0: Emerging disruptive business models lead us to rethink traditional tax practice.

9 November 2017, 4:30PM - 8:00PM, CET Zurich, Switzerland

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Tax Directors today, are to be more agile and flexible in their reaction to the changing tax landscape than ever before. The pressure to comply with current and proactively prepare for forthcoming requirements while maintaining competitive advantages in a post-BEPS world has become essential.
 

Tax planning 4.0

At our next TAXchange event, we will discuss how emerging disruptive business models lead us to rethink traditional tax practice by focusing on the following questions:

  • How can traditional tax planning be revolutionized?
  • What role does Value Chain Management play in driving creative change? 
  • How can the efficiency of cooperative work between tax authorities and companies be increased?
  • In what way do new substance requirements alter the post-BEPS world? 
  • What reputational risks derive from the disclosure of tax data under CbCR?

The closing Q&A session will allow you to delve deeper into matters with particular relevance to your company and the apéro riche will give you ample time to network with peers and KPMG experts.
 

We're looking forward to welcoming you on 9 November 2017 at Hotel Baur au Lac in Zurich.

 

Please register here. Since the number of participants is limited, register early to ensure a space.

This is a client event. We thank you for your understanding that registrations from consulting and advisory companies cannot be considered.

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Agenda
5 pm Registration & coffee
5.30 pm Welcome & introduction
Peter Uebelhart, Head of Tax, KPMG Switzerland
5.40 pm First learnings of BEPS implementation
Hans Mies, Partner, Value Chain Management, KPMG Switzerland
6 pm

Panel discussion
moderated by Markus Wyss, Partner, Tax Transfer Pricing, KPMG Switzerland

Panelists:

  • Nathalie Laks, Global Transfer Pricing Director, JT International
  • Massimo di Cesare, Group Head of Tax, Richemont International SA
  • Simon Grimwood, Global Head of Tax, Credit Suisse AG
  • Christoph Huber, Head of Group Tax, OC Oerlikon Management AG
6.45 pm Q&A session
7 pm Apéro riche
Guide

Date & time

Thursday, 9 November 2017, 5 - 7pm

 

Location

Hotel Baur au Lac in Zurich.

 

Registration

Please register here. Since the number of participants is limited, register early to ensure a space.

 

Event contact

Eva Haefliger

+41 58 249 34 29

ehaefliger@kpmg.com