WASHINGTON, March 22, 2023 – Leading tax experts representing industry, government and the legal profession will gather to discuss the latest global tax developments at the 23rd Annual U.S. and Europe Tax Practice Trends Conference to be held March 29-31 at The Dolder Grand in Zurich, Switzerland.
The conference, sponsored by the ABA Tax Section, the International Bar Association Taxes Committee and the USA branch of the International Fiscal Association, is one of the preeminent events for international tax professionals from industry and private practice. This year’s gathering will focus on practical planning strategies for multinational corporations and their international advisers, as well as provide insight in how government tax officials may view the international tax landscape in light of important international developments that impact corporate taxpayers.
23rd Annual U.S. and Europe Tax Practice Trends Conference
Sponsored by the ABA Section of Taxation, IBA Taxes Committee and IFA-USA
Wednesday-Friday, March 29-31
The Dolder Grand
Natalia Ulyanova, founder and CEO of tax and business consultancy UNA//PARTNERS in Kyiv, Ukraine, will deliver the opening keynote address on March 30 at 9 a.m. Benjamin Angel, director of direct taxation, tax coordination, economic analysis and evaluation at the European Commission in Brussels, will be the luncheon keynote speaker on March 31 at 1:30 p.m.
- “Managing Uncertainty in Transfer Pricing: Evolving Methods and Current State of APA Play”
- “Cracks in the Bricks: The Impact of Recent Treaty Developments on Real Estate Investment Structures”
- “The Role of Competent Authority and Double Taxation Resulting from DSTs, Minimum Tax and Other Taxes”
- “Hot Topics in Transatlantic M&A”
- “What Is This Asset? Sourcing Issues With Digital Based Assets, Data Access, Cloud Software and New Tech”
- “The Future of Entity Choice: Endangered Hybrids and New Choices for IPOs”
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