It’s time again for the biennial edition of the PwC VAT Conference. This year we are meeting virtually on two mornings. The conference will be focusing on the recent and upcoming changes in the sphere of VAT.
- Date: Thursday, 19 November 2015
- Time: 8.30 am to 5.00 pm, followed by an aperitif
- Venue: Kameha Grand Zurich,Dufaux-Strasse 1,8152 Opfikon
- Registration: Please click HERE
In the past months, all Swiss companies, including Swiss-based HQs, have had to cope with major changes – legislative, economic and fiscal. Our 2015 HQ Conference will explore the impact of these changes on the Swiss market and its historical strengths, and how multinationals have been successful in navigating in this turbulent environment. In particular, we will debate why certain business sectors and/or business models are better equipped than others to deal with these disruptions and achieve targeted results.Read More »
I am delighted to invite you to the “Mind the VAT Gap! CEE VAT antifraud conference”organised by PwC.
The event takes place on November 19, 2015, in Budapest starting at 8:30 am.
The CEE VAT antifraud conferenceaims to bring together the public finance officials of the 5 CEE countries along with European Commission tax specialists, leading tax consultants and business representatives, in order to find the best ways to tackle the issue of VAT tax evasion throughout the CEE region. Read More »
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I had always wanted to see the Reichstag. The building that had shaped European history so much. Even though the visit is for free, it is not so easy to arrange the visit.
I was in Berlin for a conference. On Wednesday at 5pm I rushed to the Reichstag, in order to get hold of a ticket. One has to register in a small white container. There were about 30 people in front of me and I thought that this should work out. Read More »