IBFD is pleased to invite you to the Africa Tax Symposium 2021 – Webinar Edition. In lieu of its physical conference in Tanzania, this event will be online and available to all its international tax friends and clients in and outside of Africa. The online symposium will take place over two hours on 10 June and two and a half hours on 11 June.
In recent times, international tax policy has dominated the tax reform agenda, on both the domestic and international levels. Multilateral organizations – such as the OECD and the UN – have also played a key role in leading debate and policy formulation.
The opening session of the Symposium will focus on the key issues at the forefront of international tax policy today:
(i) a new tax policy framework for taxing digital businesses (i.e. the OECD Pillar One proposals and the proposed article 12B of the UN Model);
and (ii) the proposed global policy for taxing untaxed and/or undertaxed profits (i.e. the OECD Pillar Two proposals)
Interested participants can register here
For more information, please check out the programme