MIT Think-Tank on the Mandatory Disclosure rules for Tax Intermediaries and the Anti-Hybrid rules
On 30 January 2020 the MIT held an internal Think-Tank session for the members of the MIT Direct Tax Committee, the MIT Professional Affairs Committee and the MIT Council, on the mandatory disclosure rules for tax intermediaries and the Anti-Hybrid rules which have been transposed into Maltese law.
During the session, the participants discussed a number of practical issues arising out of the respective rules and shared their views on their interpretation and application.
The MIT Think-Tank was kindly hosted by Deloitte Malta.
As a follow-up to the Think-Tank, the MIT is organising a series of seminars focusing on each of these topics, during which the speakers will discuss the issues raised during the Think Tank and share the conclusions reached.
Transposing the Tax intermediaries Directive into Maltese Law
Date: 12 February 2020
Speakers: Dr Rachel Zarb Cousin & Ms Nadiia Onyshchuk
Adjusting to Anti-Hybrid Legislation in Malta
Date: 11 March 2020
Speakers: Mr Steve Gingell and Dr Christopher Bergedahl