This year's EMA Tax Summit will set out to make sense of the seismic political change that has been the hallmark of 2017
26 September 2017 - 27 September 2017, 12:3PM - 12:3PM, CET
Save the date: 26 - 27 September 2017
Location: Okura Hotel, Amsterdam
This year's EMA Tax Summit will set out to make sense of the seismic political change that has been the hallmark of 2017. London-based TV journalist, Natasha Kaplinsky will be our guide and moderator. Assisted by Keynote Speaker, José Manuel Barroso (Chairman of Goldman Sachs International and President of the European Commission from 2004 to 2014), we will ask where recent political developments are leading, in terms of economics, trade and tax.
Our cameras will report from Washington on the direction of travel there. Whilst, other expert guests will ponder the future of Europe as a trading bloc, and in terms of tax. En route, we will take the pulse of the BEPS initiative, and ask where—more generally—multilateral cooperation is now heading.
On day two, we will go beyond politics and policy to look at other significant disruptive forces. In particular, we will focus on the impact of technology and digitization on business models, and on the operations of the tax function of the future. As in previous years, there will be a blend of plenary and interactive breakout sessions, peppered with opportunities to meet with peers and other tax leaders.
We look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam this September.
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Head of Tax KPMG Luxembourg and Global FS Tax Digital Strategy Lead KPMG International