Michaela Merz

India – Is your business GST compliant? – invitation to a webcast

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Finally, the much awaited GST has been rolled out. It is a big step forward for the country, and is one of the most complex GST rollouts worldwide.

However, the big question that lies ahead of us is: Are we ready to comply with GST?

Adapting to a new tax system can be challenging…and with a view to address some key issues arising in relation to compliance, it is my pleasure to invite you to a Live Webcast that PwC India’s Technology Sector team along with the Indirect tax team will be hosting to talk about our unique GST Compliance Tool along with key insights on how this indirect tax reform could impact your Business.

Date:                    Thursday, August 17, 2017
Time:                   3:00 – 4:00 PM IST / 11:30 – 12:30 AM MESZ
Registration:      please click HERE

Agenda

  • What are the key challenges arising in Technology sector companies due to the GST transition ?
  • What are the key compliance requirements ?
  • A brief demo of PwC GST Compliance tool
  • Q&A session

Our speakers include:

  • Sandeep Ladda, Partner, Global TMT Tax Leader, India Technology Sector Leader, PwC India
  • Pratik P Jain, Partner, National Leader – Indirect Tax, PwC India
  • Kunal Wadhwa, Partner, Indirect Tax , PwC India

Sandeep Ladda is a Partner in the Tax and Regulatory Services practice and the Technology Sector Leader at PwC India for all three lines of services. Sandeep is also the Global TMT Tax Leader for the PwC Global Network. He is also a member of the Global Extended Leadership Team.
Sandeep has been with PwC for over 12 years and has, in all, over 24 years of experience in advising MNCs on setting up their Indian operations as well as on the implications of taxes and regulations, including structuring of FDI, tax efficient funding mechanisms and joint venture arrangements, business and financial restructuring, providing strategic advice in litigation related matters and tax risk mitigation strategies, resolving major tax disputes with tax authorities etc. He serves a wide range of clients in the Technology, Media & Entertainment and Telecommunications (TMT) and other sectors.

Pratik Jain is a Partner in PwC India’s Tax and Regulatory Services team. He is the National leader for Indirect Tax in the firm and works with clients across sectors. He has significant experience in the consumer market, retail and services segments. He is leading GST transformation projects with several large companies across industry segments.
He has been instrumental in formulation of the GST policy and is actively involved in and consulted by industry and industry associations.
Pratik has been working with several Indian and multinational corporations, and advises them on tax planning, management, dispute resolution and policy-related issues. He is also actively engaged in tax advocacy and frequently interacts with Indian Tax Regulators. Pratik chairs the GST Committee of CII (for the Northern region).

Kunal Wadhwa is a Partner in the PwC Bangalore Tax practice and has over 14 years of experience in advising on various indirect tax laws in India in service tax, VAT, trade compliance, regulatory advisory and representation services.
Kunal has extensive experience in advising clients on the indirect tax implications and risks involved in the establishment of manufacturing, distribution networks and services operations. Kunal has been working extensively with various Fortune 500 companies and involved in delivering advise on indirect tax related issues, including providing litigation support services, representation services and compliance services.

I do hope that you can join us.

 

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