Michaela Merz

Indirect Tax Policy Developments – Where are we heading

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PwC_Rep_USA_SF_JFB_0040.jpgI would like to inform you about our next event in the popular series of global ITX webinars regarding indirect tax policy developments in the EU.

This time, the focus will be on the EU Commission’s new VAT strategy to be published only a day before the webcast, so it will be a real hot topic!

Find out about the several issues expected to be central to the new VAT strategy, such as fighting VAT fraud, enhancing cooperation between the Member States, examining a redesign of the VAT rates structures, etc.

Against a background where certain EU States are suggesting a complete abolition of the existing ‘fractionated payment system’, please join Ine Lejeune , Attorney/Advocaat/Partner Tax Policy, Dispute Resolution & Litigation at Law Square in Belgium and Stephen Dale , Partner and ITX Country Leader at PwC Société D’Avocats in France, two leading experts in this area, who will brief you during our webcast on March 17th at 15h00 CET.

The webcast of 60 minutes will highlight the important issues, the direction of travel of the Commission and the role business should be playing. There will be time for questions and answers with your speakers and we look forward to you joining us.

To Access the Webcast (Via PC or Mobile Device):

  • Click on the following link to open the registration page and webcast:  Register here
  • Complete the required registration fields and select “Submit”.
    The webcast will open to enable you to view the presentation.
    Audio for this webcast will be heard through your computer speakers.

A recorded version of the webinar will be available afterwards on the same link.

I do hope that you can join us!

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