You are invited to join us as we discuss important tax topics and recent developments at KPMG Nordic FS Tax Conference in Stockholm 6-7 October 2016
06 October 2016 - 07 October 2016, 9:30 - 1:30, CET 111 20 Stockholm, , Sweden
Attitudes to tax are changing. Organizations of all sizes are exposed now more than ever to new trends in tax regulation, not just locally but globally through BEPS and ATAP initiatives. To keep pace with the avalanche of reporting requirements, many companies are now addressing the need to evaluate their resources to determine if they will be able to manage additional requirements and responsibilities. Many are also assessing their systems to ensure they can meet new requirements for multijurisdictional reporting. Additionally, as tax strategies of multinationals and domestic companies continue to be examined by both tax authorities and the public alike, there is a need to develop tax strategies that are fit for the tax system of tomorrow.
You are cordially invited to join us as we discuss these important topics and more at the KPMG Nordic FS Tax Conference in Stockholm 6-7 October 2016. The conference will include four break-out sessions that will focus on the most recent developments and challenges within the financial industry. The conference is a joint event hosted by KPMG in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland.
Speakers and break-out sessions
Jane McCormickGlobal Head of Tax, Partner KPMG UKJane is well known and sought after all over the world for her significant insights and guidance and has extensive experience helping Financial Services clients navigate the rapidly evolving tax environment.
Karin RemøeGroup Head of Tax Planning, Gjensidige Forsikring
Lars HammarstenHead of Group Operational Taxes,Swedbank
Break-out Session 1
1a. Tax avoidance. Broader discussions with examples.
1b. Is your input VAT recoverable? Overview of latest developments in pro rata for financial institutions.
Break-out Session 2
2a. PE definition in light of BEPS. Proposals, trends & developments and the Nordic experience.
2b. Regulatory change - an overview on regulatory developments and potential impact on tax.
Break-out Session 3
3a. Investment management; latest developments on withholding taxes and EU law related issues.
3b. VAT development in financial industry including cost sharing, Skandia and ATP-case (C 464/12).
Break-out Session 4
4a. Attribution of profits; latest developments and practice from the Nordics.
4b. Reorganizations and restructurings; -recent tax related developments.
Time: 6-7 October 2016, 9.30-17.00
Place: KPMG, Convendum floor 4; Vasagatan 16, Stockholm, Sweden
Register: Register here
09:30 Coffee and registration
10:20 Jane McCormick
11:45 Karin Remøe, Gjensidige
13:00 Light lunch
14:00 Break-out Session 1
15:00 Break-out Session 2
16:00 Break-out Session 3
17:00 Refreshments at KPMG
19:00 Networking & Dinner,Hotel Continental
09:00 Coffee and registration
09:30 Lars Hammarsten, Swedbank
11:00 Break-out session 4
12:30 Light lunch
13:00 - 16:00 Possibility of individual client meetings