Deloitte Academy Tax & Legal
Overview of seminars and webinars
The speakers all have extensive experience in their area of specialisation, and understand the tax, legal and financial challenges corporations face in a highly complex and risky business environment
Harassment in the workplace: How to prevent and respond?
Dbriefs Legal | 18 June 2019 | 12:00 pm CET
How should a company react, from a practical perspective, in case psychological and/or sexual harassment may be disclosed or witnessed by its employees? What is the appropriate conduct to adopt for dealing with these situations in practice? Harassment may be defined as the repetition of acts with the intent or effect of deteriorating working conditions in a manner likely to affect the employee's rights and dignity, physical and mental health, or to jeopardize their professional future. Employers who failed to comply with its obligations in this respect could expose to being sentenced to pay substantial amounts in damages to any affected employees, as well to being convicted for criminal offences. In order to avoid such situations, the employer must take preventive actions and react quickly in the event of suspected harassment at work. This webcast will provide a comparative study among China, France, Germany, and Italy.
Life Sciences: from selling products to delivering services | Health economics, regulatory and indirect tax perspectives
Belgium Tax Dbriefs | 18 June 2019 | 11:00 am CET
The life sciences and healthcare industry is highly regulated and subject to a multitude of industry-specific rules and regulations. This affects life sciences companies their operations from raw materials sourcing and production to warehousing, distribution and retail. Indirect tax considerations are essential to all these supply chain functions and is therefore also impacted.
During our webinar, we will focus on the shift by life sciences companies from selling products to delivering innovative solutions or services, in order to create value for the health care system and ultimately for the patients.
This new paradigm of value based care will be explained by our Health Economics and Regulatory experts, reflecting on the most important impacts from an Indirect Tax perspective.
EU Mandatory Disclosure Regime (DAC6) - Preparing To Track And Report Cross Border Arrangements
EMEA Tax Dbriefs | 19 June 2019 | 1:00 pm CET
A new EU Directive requires businesses to report certain cross border arrangements to their home tax authorities from 2020. The rules are aimed at ‘intermediaries’ but the definitions are drafted very broadly. As a result, the reporting requirement may apply to a wide range of financial services businesses, as well as taxpayers in certain circumstances. Failure to comply will result in penalties. Further guidance is expected throughout 2019 but what response should your organisation be planning now?
G20/OECD ‘Programme of Work’ On The Digitalised Economy And Beyond
EMEA Tax Dbriefs | 20 June 2019 | 2:00 pm CET
The G20/OECD Inclusive Framework on BEPS has released a new ‘Programme of Work’ to develop technical aspects of proposals on:
- Allocation of taxing rights between countries, looking at both nexus and profit allocation rules and, in particular, reward for market/user countries.
- A global anti-base erosion proposal to strengthen countries’ ability to tax profits where income is locally subject to low effective tax rates.
The fundamental nature of the proposed reforms will, if agreed, have a broad and significant impact.
What’s next for the company car and mobility within your organisation
Belgium Tax Dbriefs | 25 June 2019 | 11:00 am CET
During this webinar, we will focus on new legislations that will drive the cost of your fleet and possible broader mobility solutions that you can offer going forward:
- The new European WLTP CO2-test and changes to the corporate tax deductibility of car costs. Both will impact the total cost or your car fleet, as well as employee taxable benefit in kind and net earning. The legal consequences of such changes will also be addressed to assess the impact on car policy.
- Furthermore, we will focus on new trends supported by the most recent Belgian legislative initiatives, such as the mobility budget, which aim at offering alternatives to the company car and can prove important in supporting a greener fleet and adjusting mobility behavior among your employees.
US Tax Reform – Latest Update
EMEA Tax Dbriefs | 26 June 2019 | 2:00 pm CET
18 months have passed since US Tax Reform was signed into law in December of 2017. Significant guidance has now been released in the form of proposed and final regulations and the US tax landscape is starting to become a bit more clear. What should your organisation be aware of?