The loving feelings between tax and technology
Seminar presented by Deloitte and Oracle
Between 12 and 14 February, Deloitte and Oracle will co-host half-day events in Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm. During these events, we will discuss practical tax issues, which corporate Groups struggle with and how available technology can be used to solve them.
Examples of topics that will be covered during the event:
- Tax risk and process management; how can we leave Outlook- and Excel-based questionnaires?
- Tax provisions; handling IFRS (IAS 12) in an effective manner.
- Transfer pricing adjustments; moving away from the often manual and gruesome year-end adjustments.
- Cost allocation; re-gaining control and transparency in your central costs.
The speakers will bring their expertise in tax and technology solutions to the table and talk about the technology landscape in general.
Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle
Michel Schoolenaar has over 15 years of experience in enterprise performance management. He has in-depth experience across the Financial and Tax Close domain, and he has worked with large multinationals across the world. Michel joined Oracle in 2015, and he is part of the Tax Product Management team. Prior to joining Oracle, Michel has worked for Hyperion Solutions and various implementation partners of Oracle Hyperion products.
Partner, Tax technology Consulting Lead, Netherlands
Bart is a partner in Deloitte’s Rotterdam Tax Management Consulting team (TMC). He has over 20 years of experience, offering consultancy solutions in the last 5 years to multinational companies, which range from ERP and consolidation solutions to tax specific software and tax data analytics.
Bart specializes in consulting on direct tax solutions. Bart is a member of the management committee of Deloitte’s Global Center of Excellence for Tax Technology and manages the European alliance with Oracle for TMC.
Partner, Country lead Tax Management Consulting, Sweden
Jens has been working in tax for more than 17 years, both as an advisor in a Big Four firm and in in-house tax functions in General Electric and Nordea Bank. Over the years, Jens has developed great awareness of the practical challenges tax functions face in relation to tax compliance obligations and how to enable tax processes and systems to be adapted to changes in legislation, case law as well as other developments. Jens has been focusing on technology and processes, and their importance when managing tax in a business. Jens focuses on advising clients in three main areas: tax technology, tax department strategy and organization as well as tax resourcing models, including complex global tax compliance outsource services.
14th of February 2018
9.00 – 11.45
Deloitte, Rehnsgatan 11, Stockholm
Breakfast will be served at 8:30, and the presentation will commence at 9:00 and run until 11:45, including a 15 minutes break. After the event, a small lunch will be served.