Upcoming Events

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.

BEPS Action 4/Actions 8-10: New OECD Transfer Pricing Guidance On Financial Transactions

EMEA Tax Dbriefs | Webinar | 19 February 2020 | 1:00 PM CET

On 11 February 2020, the G20/OECD Inclusive Framework released new guidance to be included in the OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Tax Administrations on transfer pricing aspects of financial transactions. The release provides for the first time specific guidance to businesses and tax authorities on how to determine whether financial transactions between associated enterprises are consistent with the arm’s length principle. What does the new guidance cover?

IR35 Reform (United Kingdom)

EMEA Tax Dbriefs | Webinar | 24 February 2020 | 11:00 AM CET

The proposed reform to the taxation of Personal Service Company (PSCs) in the private sector - known as IR35 - is due to be implemented from 6 April 2020. On 8 January the Government announced a review focused on how to ease implementation. Any doubt surrounding the intention to proceed with the reform on 6 April this year has receded further. With little more than two months to the start of a new regime we are running a series of webinars to help both those in the final throes of preparation and those who have started late and need to accelerate their readiness. This second session will report back on the outcome of the Government’s review which is due to be published by mid-February.

The Power Of With: Year End Should Be About Tax

EMEA Tax Dbriefs | Webinar | 25 February 2020 | 1:00 PM CET

We all recognise the challenges of delivering our year end tax reporting, with fewer people, doing more work in less and less time. Will the Power of With— where tax professionals work with machines—free our time to deliver value?

The pensions ‘minefield’: a look at the latest developments and trends to address the complexity

Belgium Tax Dbriefs | Webinar | 27 February 2020 | 11:00 AM CET

The area of pensions is often perceived as a minefield. Its complexity stems from ongoing regulatory changes, unstable financial market conditions, as well as globalisation and an increasingly internationally mobile workforce.

Each of these aspects implies specific challenges, and in practice, we observe that clients encounter difficulty in finding trustworthy advice and information on which they can rely, something which we at Deloitte are capable of addressing.

Key Changes That May Impact US Partnership Reporting

EMEA Tax Dbriefs | Webinar | 4 March 2020 | 3:00 PM CET

US tax reform was a transformative event for a number of different types of taxpayers and/or investors with exposure to the United States. A fair amount of attention has been placed upon the corporate revisions, but we would like to shift the spotlight towards the impact on partnerships. What should your organisation be aware of?

EU Mandatory Disclosure Regime (DAC6) - Next Steps

EMEA Tax Dbriefs | Webinar | 18 March 2020 | 3:30 PM CET

The 6th version of the EU Directive on administrative cooperation (DAC6) implements new mandatory disclosure rules for EU intermediaries and taxpayers in relation to certain arrangements. First reports will be required from July 2020 and the requirements apply to arrangements as far back as 25 June 2018. The timeline for compliance is very short and the penalties for non-compliance are high, so what response should your organisation have in place?

Breathe new life into the protection and monetization of trade secrets

Dbriefs Legal | Webinar | 18 March 2020 | 12:00 PM CET

In the course of their activities, companies develop information that is commercially valuable. Information is the currency of the knowledge economy and competitiveness is increasingly dependent on trade secrets of technical, strategical, and commercial nature. By protecting such a wide range of information, whether as a complement or as an alternative to other intellectual property rights, trade secrets allow innovators to get profits from their invests in innovation. For that reason, the European Commission approved a Directive for the protection of undisclosed information, that has now been transposed by the member states. In order to obtain legal protection against any kind of misappropriation, the company that controls such information must take reasonable measures to keep it secret. 

Overview Of The Implementation Of Anti-Hybrid Rules In Response To ATAD II

EMEA Tax Dbriefs | Webinar | 19 March 2020 | 1:00 PM CET

The EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directives (ATAD I & II) required member states to introduce a number of domestic anti- abuse provisions including anti- hybrid rules broadly in line with the OECD recommendations. Most of the anti-hybrid rules needed to be implemented into domestic law by 1 January 2020. Find out the latest on implementation of these measures and what this could mean for transactions and arrangements undertaken by your organisation.