The aim of the session is to dissect the various components that are relevant for the application of the fund management exemption.

When
Wednesday, 03 June 2020
Time
15.00 - 16.00
Venue
Online
Speakers
MS ANNA MARIE HERRERA

VAT Considerations for Funds

The webinar will look into the key VAT considerations relating to the fund industry with particular relevance to prominent decisions taken by the CJEU that are applicable to asset management.
The webinar will cover the following main areas:
– the scope of the exemption
– the qualifying funds
– the meaning of management
– input tax deduction
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MS ANNA MARIE HERRERA

Anna is a tax Senior Manager at PwC. Over the past 13 years, Anna has provided corporate and indirect tax advice to a wide and varied portfolio of companies operating in a number of sectors. Anna has developed considerable VAT knowledge and
experience in consulting international and local clients particularly on financial services and transactions in goods. She contributes to VAT publications on a number of subjects with particular interest on cases decided by the Court of Justice of the European Union and actively participates in the delivery of various presentations, conferences and lectures especially in the area of VAT.