Tax breakfast briefing 2 December 2014
At our Tax event we discussed all aspects of the Finance Bill, including Committee Stage amendments, and its impact on businesses and individuals in Ireland with a specific focus on pre-year end planning opportunities.
Patrick Lenain, Senior Economist, OECD spoke during the event. The OECD released its new economic forecast on 25 November (including the outlook for Ireland) and Mr. Lenain gave his perspectives on the Irish economy.
We also commented on recent international tax developments (including EU developments on Patent Box regimes relevant to the Knowledge Development Box regime announced by the Government in the Budget) and provided our perspectives on Ireland’s place in the international tax landscape of the future.
This event has been accredited for CPD hours with CPA Ireland, the Irish Tax Institute and may count as CPD points with Chartered Accountants Ireland if relevant to your role. Please contact organisations directly regarding CPD.
Date: Tuesday, 2 December 2014
Time: 07.15am: Registration and light breakfast; 07.45am: Briefing opens; 09.00am: Briefing closes
Venue: The Shelbourne Hotel, St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Speakers: Including Patrick Lenain, Senior Economist, OECD and the Deloitte Tax Partner team
Patrick Lenain, Senior Economist, OECD
Patrick Lenain is a Head of Division in the Economics Department of the OECD, where he supervises work on eight countries (Chile, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Norway and United States). Mr. Lenain has worked at the OECD for the last fourteen years in various positions. Before joining the OECD, he had a career of 15 years at the IMF. He has also worked for the French Treasury and the European Commission. He holds a Doctorate in Economics and is also an Associate Professor at University de Paris-Est.