25 October 2017, 08:00 -
In today’s tax transparent and globalized world, wealth owners and their advisors face a set of new and demanding regulatory and tax compliance challenges. Recent developments in the area of tax transparency and exchange of information for tax purposes have created a competitive landscape in which efficiently complying with tax laws is a key to success.
The 2017 London and Paris Tax Conferences will discuss the most recent developments in French and the United Kingdom’s tax law, both from a domestic tax law perspective, as well as from an international comparative law point of view for selected jurisdictions. Outstanding tax practitioners and scholars will explore the key issues to succeed in a tax transparent world structuring cross border tax-compliant planning, focusing on the recent developments in France and the UK. Special consideration will be given to the implications of these changes for Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Luxembourg. Further, the discussion will focus on tax-compliant planning alternatives for French and UK individuals and corporations from an inbound and outbound multijurisdictional perspective, emphasizing on strategies offered by the UK, France, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Main topics covered
- Tax environment changes in France after President Macron took office and the UK in light of Brexit. Perspectives and tax environment changes, focusing on Switzerland, Liechtenstein, United Kingdom, France and Luxembourg.
- Tax environment outlook of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, United Kingdom, France and Luxembourg.
- Practical examples of tax-compliant planning strategies for French and UK individuals and corporations from an inbound and outbound perspectives, offered by France, the United Kingdom, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, with a wide variety of case studies.
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