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RELEVANT ISSUES AND CHALLENGES ON INTERNATIONAL TAXATION (CV-S-GREAT)

  • Fechas:

    Del 07/06/17 al 09/06/17

  • Lugar:

    1585 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02138, Middlesex County, Estados Unidos (mapa)

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The integration of world capital markets carries important implications for the design and impact of tax policies. In addition, global players and international investors use liberalization and deregulation, tax loopholes and tax havens to save taxes on a large scale.

This leads to a permanent structural crisis in public finances and a massive redistribution from below to the top. This notwithstanding, the production or maintenance of global public goods like education,healthcare, environment, etc. requires additional financial resources. Thus, international taxes can play a major role in regulating and shaping globalization, both with regard to their steering effect, for instance distributively, ecologically, or regulatory, as well as through the tax revenues themselves.

The Summer Course on International Taxation organized at Harvard University will focus on some main issues in international taxation such as tax haven, anti-tax avoidance Directive, aggressive tax planning techniques, good governance standards and compliance, the tax effects of Brexit and Trump’s fiscal reform project.

The course will be taught by distinguished faculty comprised of full-time professors, leading practitioners from law firms, accounting firms and industry, as well as senior officials from the relevant tax administrations.

The course is open not only to University students but as well for legal and economic professionals

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7

8.40 a.m. Opening Ceremony

Pablo Chico de la Cámara (Professor of Tax Law, Rey Juan Carlos University). 

José Manuel Martínez Sierra (Jean Monnet ad personam Professor in EU Law and Government. Harvard University-UCM. RCC Director).

8.50 a.m. Opening Conference: “Fundamental Tax Reform in the U.S.” 

Mihir Desay (Harvard Law School).

10.45 a.m. “Re-launch of the common consolidated corporate tax base”

Atanas Sabeb (Harvard Law School).

12.15 p.m. “Lunch Break” Location: Harvard Faculty Club.

2.30 pm. “Harvard Yard Tour”

Guided by Francisco Prado (RCC Fellow).

3.30 pm. “Tax effects of Brexit on the world ”

Stuart Lyons (Principal- International Tax Practice Leader. Baker Newman Noyes). 

Cristina Morera (Senior Manager International Tax. Baker Newman Noyes). 

Andrew Walker (Partner. Milbank).

Andrés Arnaldos Montaner (Associate. Milbank).

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 8

 

9.00 a.m. Trends in US Taxation

Arthur R. kerr (International Tax Attorney)

10.00 a.m. Trump’s Fiscal reform project

Ana Fernández-Daza Álvarez (Financial Advisor. Spanish Embassy in USA).

11.00 a.m. Coffee Break.

11.30 a.m. Tax Harmonisation (Technical Assistance). Information Exchange and savings Taxation Directive.VAT 

Miguel Ángel Sevillano Ureta (Head Tax Department, Banco Popular Español). 

Saturnina Moreno González (Tax Law Professor, Castilla-La Mancha University).

Ignacio Corral Guadaño (Director. Spanish School Public Finance).

Isabel Puig Ferrer (Public policy officer, Santander Bank).

13.30 p.m. Lunch Break

3.00 pm. Anti-tax avoidance Directive

César García Novoa (Professor of Tax Law. Santiago de Compostela University).

Pablo Chico de la Cámara (Rey Juan Carlos University).

5.00 p.m. Good Governance Standards. Compliance. Collaborative relationships between Tax Administrative and taxpayers. ADR.

Antonio Serrano Acitores (Partner, Antonio Serrano Alberca Abogados, Rey Juan Carlos University).

Álvaro de Juan Ledesma (Senior Manager Tax Policy Repsol).

Álvaro Rico Sevillano (Tax Director. Telefónica España).

Javier Errejón Sainz de la Maza (General Director. Von der Heyden Group).

 

FRIDAY JUNE 9

 

9.00 a.m. Progress in BEPS

David Pérez-Bustamante Yabar (Tax Law Lecturer, Rey Juan Carlos University).

José Andrés Rozas Valdés (Barcelona University).

10.30 p.m. Coffee Break

11.00 a.m. Closing conference:“Challenges on International Taxation”

Peter D. Byrne (International Tax Attorney and Consultant).

12.30 p.m. Closing ceremony

David Kennedy (tbc). Director of the Institute for Global Law and Policy. Harvard University.

 

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