OECD's Multilateral Convention to implement BEPS into Tax Treaties and potential impact on Malta
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) announced the completion of negotiations on a multilateral convention (or multilateral instrument) to implement tax treaty-related base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) recommendations pursuant to Action 15 of the BEPS project. The multilateral convention is intended to allow governments to implement certain tax treaty measures without renegotiating individual treaties. Some 2,000 bilateral tax treaties worldwide could be amended in this way. A significant group of jurisdictions are expected to sign the multilateral convention at the first signing ceremony, which will be held in June 2017 in Paris.
At this seminar we will discuss:
The background and scope of the multilateral convention
BEPS action items covered by the instrument, including options and minimum standards
Potential impact on the Maltese tax treaty network / Malta
Michael, a lawyer, read his master’s in law at the International Tax Center, University of Leiden, the Netherlands. Following graduation from his master’s degree, he was handpicked and asked to stay on as the academic coordinator for the next two-and-a-half years, and he still lectures on the taxation of shipping and air transport. He is a senior manager at KPMG Malta involved in the provision of tax advice to a broad range of international business, including a number of multinationals, in respect of a diverse range of projects including tax structuring, group restructuring and financing, and in the provision of advice on international tax issues as regards investment made into, out of or through Malta.
CPE Activity certificates will be issued after the seminar.
Parking is complimentary in the Hotel’s car park.
Booking form: booking form
- Start date :05-02-2017
- Start time :15:15
- End date :05-02-2017
- End time :18:00
- Speakers:Mr. Michail Tegos
- Venue:Le Meridien Hotel & SPA
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