Loyens & Loeff International Tax Webcademy 2021
The countdown to the start of the Loyens & Loeff International Tax Webacademy 2021 has begun! From July 1, we bring you an hour-long lecture from world-famous professors and advisors every week for 8 weeks, straight to the comfort of your own office. Our experts, Kees van Raad, Harmen van Dam and Dennis Weber, take you through some of the key concepts of international tax.
About the sessions:
We offer these sessions to all APAC-based tax professionals, law and accountancy students, tax consultants, government officials, and other tax enthusiasts. Not just to cheer up this summer, which is still different because of COVID-19, but also because we like to give something back to this region that we love so much. And what better to share than our passion for international tax?
Reading materials, case studies and certificate:
Prior to each webinar we circulate the reading materials and case studies that will be discussed during the lecture. After completion of the Webcademy, you receive a certificate of participation.
Dates & sessions:
Session 1 - Thursday 1 July 2021, Cross border tax issues resulting from Covid-19 restrictions and its impact on the mobility of employees and company directors, Kees van Raad.
Session 2 - Thursday 8 July 2021, Royalties v. income from rendering services under tax treaties, Kees van Raad.
Session 3 - Thursday 15 July 2021, Taxation of the digital economy- determining the pillar 1 impact, Harmen van Dam.
- Click here to download the reading materials, here to download the case study and here to download the slides.
Session 4 - Thursday 22 July 2021, Update on EU tax proposals and what to expect, Dennis Weber.
Session 5 - Thursday 29 July 2021, Payments for software UN vs OECD, Kees van Raad.
Session 6 - Thursday 5 August 2021, Complexities in tax treaty application to hybrid payments: Analysis of the tax treaty treatment of the Brazilian `Interest on Net Equity´ (`IoNE´), Kees van Raad.
Session 7 - Thursday 12 August 2021, Issues involving the tax treaty treatment of cross-border directors’ fees, Kees van Raad.
Session 8 - Thursday 19 August 2021, Panel on the Future of Tax, Kees van Raad, Harmen van Dam and Dennis Weber.
Times in different time zones:
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Mumbai/ New Delhi/ Chennai/ Bangalore time
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM - Bangkok/ Phnom Penh/ Hanoi/ Jakarta time
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM - Singapore/ Hong Kong/ Kuala Lumpur/ Shanghai/ Beijing/ Manila time
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM - Seoul/ Tokyo time
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM - Sydney/ Brisbane/ Melbourne time.
Registration and add to calendar option:
Please register here. After registration, a pop-up screen appears with the option ‘add to calendar’ to include the entire series in your calendar.
How do you get access?
Go to the relevant agenda item and use your personal login link to get access or use the confirmation email which includes:
- A personal GoToWebinar link to access the webinar;
- A link to check for connection issues to participate in the webinar;
- Audio options: please choose between computer audio or phone audio.
Note: You can enter every session with the same personal login link.
Unable to attend:
Please send an email to email@example.com to decline for all sessions. If you are unable to attend one of the sessions, you do not need to unsubscribe and we look forward to see you again the next session.
Kees van RaadOf counsel
Kees van Raad is chairman of the International Tax Center Leiden, of counsel to Loyens & Loeff and past Professor of International Tax Law at the University of Leiden. He is also chair of the International Fiscal Association’s Jury for the annual Mitchell B. Carroll Prize and a member of the Advisory Panel of BRITACOM (the tax branch of the organization set up to develop and implement China’s Belt and Road Initiative).T: +31 20 578 51 40 M: +31 620 61 52 44 E: firstname.lastname@example.org