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Insurance: latest tax developments

Our tax experts will share their experience of difficulties met by insurers in dealing with developments like BEPS, FATCA, CRS and DAC2.

12 December 2016, 5:30PM - 8:00PM, CET

In recent months, insurers have been grappling with a number of tax developments that will deeply affect their business outlook. The changes come from different quarters — new direct tax rules such as minimum and wealth tax; a whole raft of fiscal reform measures; and new requirements pertaining to tax transparency and the automatic exchange of information under FATCA, CRS and DAC2.

Insurers have to pay particular attention to tax transparency and to the new rules introduced by BEPS. In addition, they have to ensure that profits are correctly allocated within groups, VAT is properly handled, transfer pricing principles are adopted and respected, and country-by-country reporting, in the shorter term, is fully implemented.

Our tax experts will share their experience of the most relevant, concrete, current and important difficulties met by insurers, and the elements which must be considered in terms of governance and the implementation of IT projects.

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Agenda

5:15pm : Registration


5:30pm : Welcome
Frank Stoltz, Tax Partner, Financial Services, KPMG Luxembourg


5:35pm : Insurance : latest tax developments
Emilien Lebas, Associate Tax Partner, Financial Services, KPMG Luxembourg


5:55pm : BEPS

Emilien Lebas, Associate Tax Partner, Financial Services, KPMG Luxembourg


6:10pm : Transfer pricing - overview and impact for insurers
Sophie Boulanger, Associate Tax Partner, Transfer Pricing Services, KPMG Luxembourg


6:35pm : VAT– key aspects for insurers, attention points and updates
Quentin Warscotte, Senior Tax Manager, Indirect Tax, KPMG Luxembourg


6.55pm : CRS and FATCA
Emilien Lebas, Associate Tax Partner, Financial Services, KPMG Luxembourg


7.15pm : Challenges and opportunities for the insurance sector - focus on alternative investments and real estate investments
Frank Stoltz, Tax Partner, Financial Services, KPMG Luxembourg
Pierre Kreemer, Tax Partner, Alternative Funds, KPMG Luxembourg


7:35pm : Q&A


7:50pm : Cocktail reception

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