Commodity Trading ITX Event in Geneva

I am pleased, together with PwC UK and PwC Netherlands, to invite you to our next event on Indirect Taxes in the Commodity Trading Industry that will take place:

Wednesday, 16 January 2019 at PwC Avenue Giuseppe Motta 50, 1202 Genève.

During this event our Commodity Trading and Indirect Tax experts will give you an update on Technology offerings and the impact of digital for commodity trading (e.g. robotics), environmental taxes and fraud, Brexit as well as recent ITX developments, such as the pending infraction procedure for the UK and customs in respect of a non-EU entity acting as the exporter of record.

To register for this event and get the full event programme, please contact:

Andrea Croizeau, Phone: +41 58 792 98 34 or Email:

Our experts look forward to exchanging with you.



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