Webcast series ‘State of Tax’

Get a broader lens and succeed in uncertainty

It is our pleasure to invite you to join us in our new technical series of webcasts regarding the ‘State of Tax’. To get ahead and stay ahead, we will broaden your lens with new insights to help you to continue to succeed in uncertainty. We will do this in sessions planned from 09.30 - 11.00 hours that qualify for NOB PE points. Sign up now and reserve your virtual seat!

Agenda

We have selected a wide range of themes for you, where we see rapid movement or rising uncertainty - impacting your business, organisation and supply chain world wide. The webcasts will cover the topics on the area of market developments and tax-measures. Broaden your lens, whilst attending one or more of our virtual meetings. With these series of webcasts we believe we can help you to stay agile and responsive. Please note that all webcasts are held in English, unless stated otherwise.

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Webcast series ‘State of Tax’

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DAC 6

Do you want to be up to date on the latest DAC6 developments such as the Dutch Guidance of the Dutch tax authorities? Start here to learn how to get in control regarding DAC6.

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The Posted Workers Directive, the impact on your international workforce

Overview of recent tax measures affecting your workforce, including internationally mobile staff. This includes the Posted Workers Directive and the Enforcement Directive, Employment tax and social security considerations and Labour law.

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Tax impact of changes in your supply chain & operations

Recent developments have demonstrated the boundaries of current business models.  To succeed as a resilient business changes to your supply chain may be pursued. In this session we address the overall tax impact of such changes.  

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Sustainable tax

Is your tax strategy ready for the future? How to integrate integrity, sustainability and transparency and address your stakeholder needs?

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Transaction costs

Transaction costs from a CIT, VAT and tax accounting perspective.

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Taxation of the Digital Economy

In-depth session on the latest OECD proposals and proposals on Digital Service Taxes.

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Modern Tax Control and HT (only in Dutch)

What does being in control of tax look like in a digital era? We guide you through a practical implementation of Modern Tax Control in light of the redesigned Dutch cooperative compliance programme. 

Monday 28 September

Energy Transition

Overview of the potential impact of the ‘Green Deal’ on your tax position and possible measures to be considered. Also (anticipated) Dutch tax measures will be discussed.

Wednesday 30 September

Payroll taxes (Dutch)

Current affairs, particularities and saving options

Thursday 1 October

Target audience

As we cover a wide range of topics, we offer you the opportunity to join us on the topics relevant for you. We aim at all people working in tax or related areas, e.g CFO, tax directors, managers, HR Directors, Global mobility Directors and other tax-specialists, but feel free to forward this invitation to one of your team members.

Permanent education (PE)

Each of our virtual meetings will qualify you for PE points for the NOB. You will receive more information in the final confirmation.

Question

In case of any questions, suggestions or other feedback, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!

DAC6 webcast

Based on the EU mandatory disclosure regime for cross-border transactions (DAC6), intermediaries or taxpayers may need to report on cross-border transactions entered into as from 25 June 2018.

Do you want to be up to date on the latest DAC6 developments such as the Dutch Guidance of the Dutch tax authorities (if published*)? During the DAC6 webcast, we will address the following topics to help you to get in control regarding DAC6.

  1. Welcome and introduction
    Wybe Mebius
  2. Explanation and highlights of Dutch Guidance DAC6 of the Dutch tax authorities (if published*), including examples of various hallmarks
    Hein Vermeulen, Robert Jan Meindersma and Femke van Dijk
  3. The international perspective of DAC6: a hallmark analysis for the Netherlands and other jurisdictions including Germany and the cooperation between intermediaries
    Robert Jan Meindersma and Arne Schnitger (PwC Germany)
  4. Next steps in the compliance roadmap, what to do to get in control regarding DAC6
    Mark van Daalen
  5. Closing
    Wybe Mebius  

*If the Dutch Guidance of the Dutch tax authorities is not published before the DAC6 webcast, more examples of hallmarks will be discussed in part 2.

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The Posted Workers Directive, the impact on your international workforce

In the ‘State of Tax’ webcast The Posted Workers Directive we will talk you through an overview of recent measures affecting your workforce, including internationally mobile staff. We will discuss with you the applicability of the Posted Workers Directive and give some key takeaways with the new legislation coming up.

Agenda

  1. Welcome
    Mirella den Drijver 
  2. Background on the Posted Workers Directive
    Iris Tuinstra 
  3. The Enforcement Directive & the notification obligation
    Iris Tuinstra
  4. Revision of the Posted Workers Directive
    Dennis Jolly & Fenna Vankan
  5. Key takeaways
  6. Closing

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Tax impact of changes in your supply chain & operations

Recent developments have demonstrated the boundaries of current business models. To succeed as an agile and resilient operational business, changes to your supply chain are required.

Do you want to be updated on the possible tax impacts of a potential different future supply chain? This webcast will provide insights on trends and addresses the tax impact of supply chain changes from various tax perspectives (such as Indirect taxes, Corporate tax and transfer pricing). 

Agenda

Presenters: Jeroen Schmitz, Claudia Buysing Damsté, Bert Middelkoop, Niek van der Put, Richard Hiemstra.

  1. Welcome
  2. Trends in supply chain and operations
  3. Role of tax in supply chain and operations developments
  4. Case study and how can technology support?
  5. Key takeaways
  6. Closing

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Sustainable tax

Is your tax strategy ready for the future? How to integrate sustainability and transparency, and address your stakeholder needs?

PwC sustainable tax and tax governance experts will guide you through the developments impacting the new tax environment, focused on corporate governance trends and sustainable development. Our guest Vaishnavi Ravishankar from United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (UN PRI) will learn us more on the work UN PRI does in this field and provides guidance for investors and companies.

  1. Welcome and introduction
    Dave Reubzaet
  2. Corporate governance trends
    Dave Reubzaet
  3. Sustainable development
    (including SDGs, ESG, sustainable finance and responsible investment)

    Dave Reubzaet, Evita van der Aar-Melger, Lex Huis in het Veld, Vaishnavi Ravishankar (UN PRI)
  4. What this means for tax, a sustainable tax framework
    (including. Tax strategy, Governance and control, Tax transparency (GRI 207: Tax))

    Dave Reubzaet, Evita van der Aar-Melger
  5. Q&A and wrap up

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Transaction costs

The tax interpretation of transaction costs when buying or selling a participation has many facets. Transaction costs from a CIT, VAT and tax accounting perspective.

Our PwC experts will address the following topics to help you to get in control of your transaction costs

  1. Welcome and introduction
    Eduard Schurink
  2. CIT perspective - legal framework including the latest jurisprudence
    Merel Mookhoek en Eduard Schurink
  3. VAT perspective - VAT consequences for seller and buyer
    Rogier Habets
  4. Tax accounting perspective - treatment in the annual accounts
    Marleen van Buren
  5. Closing and key takeaways

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Taxation of the digital economy

The aim of the webinar is to inform you about the latest OECD proposals and proposals on 'Taxation of the digital economy', with a focus on Pillar 1 and 2. Our PwC Transfer Pricing and Policy specialists will update you on recent developments.

This will be discussed from an international OECD perspective, but also from an EU/ Dutch perspective together with Bert Zuijdendorp - Head of the EU committee for taxation of multinationals. This session will focus on the tax and political aspects of the taxation of the digital economy.

Your Pwc Speakers are: Edwin Visser (Policy head), Giorgia Maffini (Tax Policy and Transfer Pricing specialist), Jonathan Hare (UK International tax leader), Stefaan de Baets (Tax Policy and Transfer Pricing specialist), Jeroen Peerbooms (Dutch Transfer Pricing Leader) and Bert Middelkoop (Transfer Pricing specialist).

Our guest: Bert Zuijdendorp (Head of Unit Company Taxation Initiatives at European Commission)

  1. Welcome and introduction
  2. Setting the scene - current tax climate and digital taxation in broader context
  3. Multilateral - Panel discussion - OECD Pillar 1
  4. Multilateral OECD Pillar 2 - technical and political aspects of the proposal
  5. What if no multilateral agreement on Pillar 1&2 EU  - introduction Digital Service Taxes / DAC^7
  6. Wrap-up

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Energy Transition

The energy transition, and especially the reduction of carbon emissions, is high on many agenda's and we can read about it almost on a daily basis in various news sources. Still, the infrastructural, economic, societal and political challenges of the energy transition are immense and a lot needs to be done to maximise chances of reaching the aspired goals.

In this webcast we will inform you about some relevant elements of the energy transition, about expected developments at EU and Dutch level related to the European Commission's Green Deal, about the link between energy transition and taxes and the role the tax function in a company can play in this field. We will also address various incentives (subsidies) available in this area as well as a real life example of a project.

Presenters: Sander Borremans, Mohammed Azouagh, Niels Muller en Chris Winkelman

  1. Introduction energy transition
  2. What to expect in EU and NL (relation Green Deal and energy transition, CO2 levy)
  3. Green Deal, levies and incentives
  4. Simulation case study / real life case (containing the various elements)
  5. Q&A and closing remarks

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Franny van der Klooster

Associate, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)88 792 43 45

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