PwC Pharma & Life Sciences Webinar: COVID-19 impact on the ITX and regulatory DNA – Thursday 28. May 2020, 10:30 CEST

As the COVID-19 situation develops, tax and regulatory specialists within the pharmaceutical & life sciences industry are increasingly facing complex challenges. Efficient and pragmatic solutions have to be realised, with fewer resources, in line with the changing local legislation.

The exchange of information is the best practice in this industry to support and inspire you in your daily business.

In light of that, we would like to invite you to our Pharma & Life Science webinar where we and other industry professionals will be discussing the impact of COVID-19 on the ITX and regulatory DNA on the pharma and life science industry.

We will be talking about VAT, regulatory and export control topics in the pharmaceutical and life science business concentrating on Risks and Opportunities, which impact national and international sale of drugs, precision medicines, clinical trials and technology.

I look forward to welcoming you to our webinar.

DateThursday 28. May 2020
Time10.30am – 11.15am (CEST)

Speakers

Dr. Sandra Ragaz-FumiaPartner
Leader Pharma & Life Science VAT
PwC Switzerland
Christine FrankenbergerManager, Export Controls
Customs & International Trade
PwC Switzerland

Agenda

10:30Welcome
10:35Required VAT documentation for
Clinical Trials in Europe during COVID-19
10:45COVID-19 and impact on EU GMP
Annex 21 for the sale of pharmaceuticals
10:55Precision medicines and COVID-19 – VAT
and export control consideration
11:05Q&A Session and Closing

Register here (free of charge)

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