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Deloitte Romania events

Future events

3 October 2018 / Bucharest

Hotel Radisson Blue

Deloitte Tax & Legal annual conference: The fiscal revolution

This year edition is dedicated to the fiscal revolution. We are going to debate the consequences of the tax legislation changes in a local and European context. We will discuss topics such as Industry 4.0, coordination of tax policy initiatives, base erosion and profit shifting, virtual currency, as well as the challenges of the new economy.

 

Past events

22 November 2017 / Pitești

the office of Arges Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, in 63 Republicii Boulevard, Pitesti

Business Breakfast: Transfer Pricing

In the context of Romania’s adherence to the OECD’s BEPS („Base erosion and profit shifting“) Implementation Forum, a series of normative acts were debated and adopted, concerning the alignment of the fiscal law in Romania with the latest evolutions at international level.

 

22 November 2017 / Targu Mureș

Plaza Hotel, Targu Mures.

Business Breakfast: Transfer Pricing

In the context of Romania’s adherence to the OECD’s BEPS („Base erosion and profit shifting“) Implementation Forum, a series of normative acts were debated and adopted, concerning the alignment of the fiscal law in Romania with the latest evolutions at international level.

 

9 November 2017 / Brașov

Kronwell Hotel, Brasov

Business Breakfast: Transfer Pricing

In the context of Romania’s adherence to the OECD’s BEPS („Base erosion and profit shifting“) Implementation Forum, a series of normative acts were debated and adopted, concerning the alignment of the fiscal law in Romania with the latest evolutions at international level.

 

17 October 2017 / București

JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel, 90 Calea 13 Septembrie

Tax & Legal Annual Conference: Taxnology

The theme of this year’s event is Technology, approached from both a fiscal, as well as a legal perspective and current legislative changes. Put into one single word, “Taxnology” highlights the challenges that technology raises on taxation.

 

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