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When: 07 - 08 June 2018
Where: Paris, France
World Services Group and host firm Jeantet welcomed over 25 WSG members of the Tax Practice group at the 10th Annual WSG Tax Conference in Paris, France. The meeting provided several valuable networking opportunities, and addressed popular topics in the European Tax sector.

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Guest Speakers, Moderators and Panelists
in order of appearance
Friday, 08 June

 

1. EU Initiatives on Digital Economy



Moderator
Fabio Chiarenza
Partner
Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners

EU Initiatives on Digital Economy
A few years ago, two famous Frenchmen (Colin & Colin, nephews of Dupont & Dupont) prepared a report on cross border taxation of tech companies of which we all thought that it was "far off." It was about taxing tech companies in the country were their services were used, depending on the volume of use. It stepped away from the traditional "permanent establishment" discussion and we thought it would never materialize… Fabio and his panel discussed what has happened since, including the latest EU proposals on taxation of tech companies, aka the Google Tax.


2. EU Update on ECJ Case Law and State Aid Procedures



Moderator
Koen Morbee
Tax Partner
ALTIUS/Tiberghien

We know Koen not only as a gifted tax lawyer, but also as an eloquent speaker who is able to demonstrate in only minutes how little we actually know of EU law… Koen helped us bridge that gap, so that back at the office we can pretend that we know all about it.


3. Presentation



Moderator
Albert Collado Armengol
Partner
Garrigues

When BEPS emerged, we all laid back and thought that we would have some time to get used to new concepts and new anti-abuse measures, because a lot of the new rules needed to be enacted in either local laws or in bilateral tax treaties. Piece of cake. And then someone came up with the idea of the MLI… Albert Collado and his panel discussed the impact and effectiveness of the MLI by using "agreed concepts."


4. Tax planning by moving people: tax incentives attracting impatriates, no EU scrutiny?



Moderator
Patrice Lefevre-Pearon
Partner
Jeantet

Everything God and the EU have forbidden in the area of corporate taxation, seems to be allowed in the area of personal income tax. So any country taking itself seriously has enacted legislation attracting either the young and bright talents, or the old and rich who have been talented in the past …In an age where tax planning is about moving people (cows or sheeps are not always very helpful to ensure your substance...), Patrice and his panel discussed the most noticeable regimes in Europe.

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