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M21057 - Tax Transparency Developments at an EU Level: Reportable Arrangements, Digital Platforms & Cryptocurrencies (DAC6, DAC7 and DAC8)

  • 14 Sep 2021
  • 09:15 - 12:30
  • Online Webinar

Registration


Registration is closed
Registration Time: 09.00
Sessions Time: 09.15 - 12.30 incl 15min break
Speaker: Mr Ian Zahra & Mr Christopher Bergedahl
Venue: Online Webinar

Participation Fees (The Institute is now accepting payments via Paypal)
MIA Members: €40.00
Non-MIA Members: €75.00
Retired Members: €20.00
Students: €30.00
*Group bookings for 3 or more participants available.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

The EU’s Directive on Administrative Cooperation in the field of taxation (2011/16/EU) was first adopted in 2011 “… to give Member States the power to efficiently cooperate at international level to overcome the negative effects of an ever-increasing globalization”. The scope of this directive (DAC) has since been extended many times to include information on financial accounts (DAC2), on tax rulings and advance pricing agreements (DAC3), on country-by-country reports (DAC4), on beneficial ownership (DAC5) and on reportable cross-border arrangements (DAC6). Last summer, the EU Commission proposed a sixth extension (“DAC7”) to the directive, to extend the EU tax transparency rules to digital platforms, which has been approved by the EU Parliament in March 2021. In the meantime, the EU Commission has also published a roadmap for a seventh extension (DAC8), focusing this time on increasing transparency regarding crypto-assets and e-money.

Objectives of the Session

This training session aims at exploring the key features and implications of DAC7 and the purpose and potential scope of the DAC8 initiative

Topics on the Agenda

1.DAC6: EU reporting obligations for a wide range of cross-border tax arrangements
2.DAC7: Digital platform and exchange of information Purpose, scope and practical implications
3. DAC8 – Tax transparency in the crypto world


Target audience

Tax practitioners, Legal Advisors, Accountants, Compliance Managers and Officers, MLROs, Business Managers and supporting employees.

Speakers profile

Ian is a lawyer by profession and forms part of the international tax team at Deloitte Malta as an Assistant Manager. Following the completion of his studies in law at the University of Malta, Ian graduated in international tax law from the University of Leiden in the Netherlands and worked as a teaching assistant at the International Tax Centre Leiden.
Christopher is a Senior Manager within Deloitte's Tax Business in Malta. He provides support on both local and foreign client engagements within the International Tax service line. Christopher joined Deloitte Malta in 2014, having enrolled in the Deloitte Pathway Programme. In 2017, he graduated summa cum laude from the International Tax Center Leiden, following which he worked as a Teaching Assistant for the Fall Term of the 2017-18 class. In 2019, Christopher placed first overall in the 2018-19 class of the MIT Course on Taxation. He is a member of the Malta Institute of Taxation, the International Fiscal Association and the Institute of Financial Services Practitioners.

EVENT CPE COMPETENCES

3 Hour Core

WEBINAR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Terms and conditions apply

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1. DAC7: Digital platform and exchange of information
Purpose, scope and practical implications
2. DAC8 – Tax transparency in the crypto world
               
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