We would like to invite you to a webinar: “DAC6 insights: Top 4 hallmarks in practice”, which will take place on 27 November 2020 at 1:00 pm Polish time (event in English).
We will be covering the top 4 hallmarks you should be aware of:
- Multinational corporate clients with EU presence
- Transfer pricing clients
- Referral contacts including accountants, tax advisors, banks, lawyers,
- and wealth managers.
EU Member States have implemented the DAC6 Directive, which aims at increasing transparency in the field of taxation through a mandatory exchange of client information by tax advisors, legal advisors, accountants and all other “intermediaries”.
But what is it exactly that these intermediaries must report, and in which cases do these reporting obligations apply? Are you aware of the reporting obligations of your advisor, or of your company?
We invite you to the webinar “DAC6 insights: Top 4 hallmarks in practice” during which DAC6 Task Force experts:
- Tanja De Decker, Partner, Baker Tilly Belgium
- Iris Burgstaller, Partner, TPA Austria
- Luc Jacobs, Partner, Baker Tilly Netherlands
- Wojciech Sztuba, Partner, TPA Poland
- Ines Paucksch, Partner, Baker Tilly Germany
will guide you through the relevant hallmarks. We will share with you our insights, based on some practical, real-life cases.
We invite you to attend the event and register.
Please note that the event is free, but the number of places is limited. Registration is required. Confirmation of participation will be sent in a separate mail.
With the introduction of Council Directive 2018/822 effective 25 May 2018 (thee so-called DAC6 Directive), the EU creates mandatory disclosure rules for intermediaries and taxpayers with respect to potentially aggressive cross-border tax planning arrangements.