This International Tax Master Class, on the Digitalisation of the Economy and International Tax Rules, is one of 6 sessions which make up the MIT Advanced Course on International Tax Law. Each Master Class is designed for participants who already have a good knowledge of international tax law but who wish to obtain a more in-depth understanding of topical international tax law issues and recent developments and how they impact the application of double taxation treaties.

When
Wednesday, 27 November 2019
Time
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Venue
The Conference Hall, MFSA, Notabile Road, Attard
Speakers
Dr John Ellul Sullivan
Mr Michail Tegos

Digitalisation of the Economy and International Tax Rules

The MIT Advanced Course on International Tax Law is an advanced-level, interactive course consisting of 6 sessions, each focusing on a specific sector. The full course brochure may be downloaded from this link. Participants can opt to attend the full course or select Master Classes.
In case of group bookings kindly contact [email protected]

3 CPE Hours

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Dr John Ellul Sullivan

John is a Partner, Tax Services, with KPMG in Malta. He joined KPMG in 2007, after graduating as a Doctor of Laws, and has completed an Advanced Masters in International Taxation at the International Tax Centre, University of Leiden. John advises a variety of multinationals and high net worth individuals on their international corporate structures, as well as focuses on advising retirement scheme administrators on their operations in Malta. John provides in-house training on soft skills and technical matters, both in Malta and for the KPMG network at large. He is a lecturer on the Malta Institute of Taxation’s Tax Courses and is a speaker at various seminars. John has chaired the Institute’s Direct Tax Technical Committee since 2017.

Mr Michail Tegos

Michail read his master’s in tax law at the International Tax Centre, 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.  He is a senior manager at KPMG Malta involved in the provision of tax advice to a broad range of international businesses, 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 investments made into, out of or through Malta.