GREATER KAILASH, India
- Sept. 3, 2014
-- Capital all set to host PHD International Tax Conference
PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry is organizing a two-day International Tax Conference on 4th
September 2014 at Hotel Eros, Nehru Place New Delhi. The two-day conference would be a premium platform for sharing and exchanging knowledge and opportunity amongst some of the biggest Tax Experts, Professionals and Senior Government Officials, leading companies, CFOs, Finance and Taxation Directors, Senior Corporate Executives, and the event would also be attended by representatives of Embassies & High Commissions.
The Conference aims to promote an informed dialogue on important issues of International Taxation and to analyse and debate on Indian Tax laws for a more effective and efficient tax regime that would facilitate and promote Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Cross Border Trade. The Conference would also provide an insight into analyzing the tax legislations and rules in the international context.
Conference will attend by eminent speakers from Tax Industry including Mr Shaktikanta Das
Secretary (Revenue)-Ministry of Finance,Dr. Parthasarathi Shome
–Chairman -Tax Administration Reforms Commission (TARC), Mr K V Chowdary -
Chairman- CBDT, Ms. J M Shanti Sundharam
CBEC, Mr. Justice Goda Raghuram-
President- CESTAT, Mr G D Agrawal
- Vice President- ITAT,Mr. J K Mittal-
J K Mittal & Co. (Chairman, PHD Indirect Taxes Committee), Mr S R Wadhwa
-Retired Chairman-Income Tax Settlement Commission etc.This two-day conference includes in-depth discussion on many complex tribal key tax issues like:
Transfer Pricing, BEPS & Exchange of Information, Expatriate Taxation, Recent important decisions on International Tax in India & abroad, Interpretation of Tax Treaties, Tax Controversies & litigation in India – Avoidance & Resolution, Cross border Investments including Mergers & Acquisitions & Choice of Jurisdiction, Multiple Taxation & Goods & Services Tax: Way Forward and Taxation Of Cross Border Transactions Under Service Tax etc.