The Joint International Tax Conference is a success!
A worldwide audience of 130 tax professionals and international tax law students from around the world tuned in for the 11th edition of the Joint International Tax Conference, which was held in partnership between King’s College London (KCL), the CIOT, ADIT and the International Fiscal Association (IFA)’s UK Branch as a suite of digital sessions on Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 March.
The Conference featured keynote speeches from the EU Commission’s Ioanna Mitroyanni and Peter Blessing of the US IRS, as well as an international line-up of speakers from across the legal, accountancy and corporate sectors, addressing some of the biggest topics in the current international tax discourse.
The programme for the two days of the Conference was organised into distinct themes, with the first day’s agenda focusing primarily on the emerging tax implications of Brexit, the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement and the UK’s future trading relationships. The second day had a particular corporate tax focus, and saw our speakers explore the current transfer pricing landscape through the prism of recent court cases and discuss the latest trends in how digital services and activities are taxed.
If you missed the live event but would like to view recordings of the sessions, these are available to purchase.