Join us for an insightful morning seminar on current issues within accounting, tax and VAT, and be prepared for your company's year-end processes.
24 November 2015, 8:00AM - 12:00PM, CET Copenhagen , Denmark
Join us for an insightful morning seminar on current issues within accounting, tax and VAT, and be prepared for your company's year-end processes. Earn continued professional education (CPE) credits!
KPMG would like to invite you to a morning seminar on topics of current interest within accounting, tax and VAT – topics that are relevant to the financial year end 2015. Within accounting, you will get an overview of news and trends in relation to the Danish Financial Statements Act, the Danish Executive Order on Submission to the Danish Business Authority of Annual Reports, etc., and IFRS, and we will comment briefly on the amended Danish Financial Statements Act. In the tax area, we will inform you of news and topical matters within corporation tax, transfer pricing, VAT and excise duties.
Get in touch
Michael Sten Larsen, Partner - KPMG
Jane Thorhauge Møllmann, Senior Manager - KPMG
Darnell Wagnild, Senior Manager - KPMG
Flemming Lind Hansen, Partner - KPMG ACOR TAX
Jacob Lie, Partner - KPMG ACOR TAX
Susanne Dybdahl, Partner - KPMG ACOR TAX
Rune Grøndahl, Partner - KPMG ACOR TAX
Simon Schaadt, Partner - KPMG ACOR TAX
Register for the seminar in Copenhagen here. Please note that the event is fully booked and participation can no longer be guaranteed.
Register for the seminar in Aarhus here.
Participation in the seminar counts as statutory continuing education for approved auditors pursuant to the provisions of the Danish Auditors Act.
Participation in the entire seminar qualifies for 3.5 hours, distributed by 1.75 hours on accounting and 1.75 hours on tax Participation is free of charge.
The seminar will be held in Danish.
If you have any questions, please contact Tanja Tybring at +45 52 15 01 53.
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