Demonstrating the true value of collaboration, Deloitte professionals from five jurisdictions joined forces to offer their audience further clarity on the constantly evolving tax environment at this year’s Fund Tax Reporting Roadshow. Tax reporting specialists guided the audience through recent developments and hot topics on the latest tax regime challenges encountered by countries such as the UK, Germany, India, Denmark and more.
“It is thanks to these roadshows that we are able to ensure our networks stay up-to-date and prepared to face future challenges presented by the tax landscape. With specialist insight provided by each speaker and an environment in which professionals feel encouraged to explore and understand the intricacies of fund tax reporting, each conference offers positive and productive outcomes,” explains Vincent Gouverneur, EMEA Investment Management Leader at Deloitte.
Gaining clarity is essential
At the end of last year, Deloitte Luxembourg launched the roadshow at their headquarters, D.Square. Clients were invited to the first of a string of conferences, before the tour hit the road to fulfil its information sharing vision. In the following weeks, the expert delegation shared their insights with audiences from Switzerland, Ireland, the United Kingdom and France.
As an overarching theme and focal point of much discussion, the event saw developments in tax legislation take centre stage. As a notoriously complex and volatile area in the field of tax, the need for clarity is always in demand. During a panel discussion at each location, lessons learned from latest legislation updates in Germany, Austria, France, and Switzerland were summarized succinctly by experts in the field in relation to their experience.
The spotlight then shifted to the Romanian capital market and the requirements for investment tax compliance, as well as the new reporting regime for foreign investment funds in Denmark. In addition, audience members were the first to experience Deloitte’s new digital solution to ease transfer tax decisions in a live demonstration.
Diverging from Europe to a more global view, there was a presentation on the recent capital gain tax updates for India, as well as details surrounding the newly introduced rules for non-residents in the UK which were of high interest given the recent political and economic changes.
Jacquou Martin, Managing Director at Deloitte Luxembourg, concluded the conference sharing his final thoughts on the pressing matters facing the tax industry in the coming months.
This event was also an opportunity to demonstrate iPACS Transfer Tax. For more information on this platform, please visit the dedicated webpage under the tab iPACs Transfer Tax: https://www.dboard.lu/
Press release by Deloitte Luxembourg
Publié le 24 février 2020