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Mandatory Disclosure Rules (DAC6)

Getting ahead of the game!

Brief description

Our virtual seminar is ideal for individuals who would like to understand the provisions of the EU Directive on Administrative Cooperation 2018/822 in the field of taxation (commonly known as ‘DAC6’). DAC6 imposes an obligation to intermediaries (and in certain cases the taxpayers) to disclose potentially aggressive tax planning arrangements and sets the grounds for the automatic exchange of information between the tax authorities.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to listen to Marios Fokides (Director in the Business Tax Services Department), Christina Themistocleous (Director in the Risk Advisory Department) and Angelos Gregoriou (Manager in the Business
Tax Services Department) sharing their experience and understanding of the provisions of the EU Directive, the Cyprus transposition law and the Draft Cyprus Guidance, along with their respective application.  

 

Who should attend the course?

The virtual seminar is addressed to intermediaries (including but not limited to corporate service providers, accountants, tax consultants, lawyers, bankers) and taxpayers (engaged in cross-border arrangements) who wish to be kept abreast of the provisions and the implementation of DAC6.

The virtual seminar will also be highly useful, beneficial and value adding to professionals and other individuals working in the professional services industry, including independent providers of administration and other corporate services. 

Deloitte Academy - Mandatory Disclosure Rules (DAC6)

Programme

Time and duration

Joining time: 08:30–09:00
Workshop: 09:00-12:00

Event duration: 3 hrs

Dates and venues

27 November 2020

Zoom meeting - link will be shared with the registered participants

Facilitators and Keynote Speakers  

Marios Fokides | Director | Business Tax Services

Christina Themistocleous | Director | Risk Advisory

Angelos Gregoriou | Manager | Business Tax Services

Cost

€120 (+VAT) per person

Language

English

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