5th Group Indirect Tax Exchange

May 09, 2012 /

OneSource, Thomson Reuters, and RYAN (Innovative Solutions for Taxing Problems) will sponsor the fifth group indirect tax exchange on May 21-22, 2012 at Amsterdam.

Successful indirect tax management has the potential to significantly reduce costs and inefficiencies, having a substantial bottom-line impact.

The difficult regulatory environment and economic uncertainty has led to the need for multinationals to transform their billing, purchasing, customs and VAT compliance processes. Standardisation, automation and efficiency are the new objectives.

There are many different strategies to choose from to determine the correct compliance management business model for your enterprise. Whether to centralise or decentralise, use a tax control framework and how to apply lessons learned is of critical importance.

Utilise this fifth edition event to benchmark how leading multinationals are implementing new indirect tax initiatives in their operations. Hear their perspective on VAT risk, compliance, automation and planning, in an informal interactive environment.

The following are participants of the tax exchange:

  • Philips Planning for a Reshaped VAT System for the EU
  • Arla Foods Managing and Implementing new kinds of Indirect Taxes in an Organisation
  • General Dynamics ERP issues in Group VAT
  • Johnson Controls Approaches in Managing Audits
  • BASF Knowledge Management in a Shared Service Center
  • Bilfinger Berger Requirements for Documentary of Proof of Export and Intra-Community Supplies of Goods
  • Procter & Gamble VAT in a Shared Service Centre
  • Pfizer Standard Audit File (SAF-T) Requirements and Implementation Experiences
  • HP Recent VAT Changes and Challenges in CEE
  • Essar Investments Managing Indirect Tax Risks in Emerging Markets
  • Case New Holland Complex VAT Strategies for Cross-Border Transactions
  • Freudenberg EU and Global VAT Case Law Update

 

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