About the conference
Taxation issues are at the heart of global politics and economics. This highly topical event will examine key challenges facing financial services professionals both today and in the future, covering fascinating areas such as the implications of the changes in the UK Non-Dom regime, global corporate tax issues following Apple, and the future likely path of tax policy. Delegates will hear from industry professionals, Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs and critics of international financial centres in what is sure to be a thought-provoking and stimulating event.
Who is the conference for?
Designed for those with an interest in tax affairs and personal and corporate tax planning, this event will appeal to financial services professionals at corporate service providers, those working in banking, wealth management or fund management. The event will be of particular interest to those working in financial crime prevention, given the focus on tax evasion and tax avoidance.
What can you expect?
Designed in collaboration with industry and local experts, this event is essential for those wanting to keep up to date with key developments in taxation.
Speakers will examine a host of issues, including HMRC’s recent changes to the UK Non-Dom regime, tax transparency and the OECD base erosion and profit shifting agenda. Delegates can expect to hear from the big four as well as representatives from HMRC, the TaxPayers' Alliance, the Tax Justice Network and the States of Jersey.
Speakers will present for around 20 minutes, after which there will be an interview with the conference chairman who will also encourage questions from the audience.
During the day there will be plenty of time for delegates to network with like-minded professionals as well as our speakers. There will be two refreshment breaks as well as a lunch break, where delegates can expect a delicious hot lunch.
- Corporate tax considerations post-Apple
- Do Offshore Financial Centres have a future?
- The 2017 Finance Bill – what can we expect?
- Case studies in international tax disputes
- How effective will tax initiatives such as the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) be?
- The big four panel discussion
- How Jersey is meeting its international tax commitments
- Tax transparency: external commitment, internal rigour
- The UK government's planned reforms to the taxation of non-domiciled individuals
- The OECD base erosion and profit shifting agenda – what are the implications for Jersey?
- How tax systems can be improved
Meet the Speakers
We are delighted to welcome speakers from the the United Kingdom and the Channel Islands. Please click on the speaker photos to read each speaker biography.
Meet the organisers
Jersey International Business School (JIBS) delivers a wide range of professional qualifications and career development courses to international standards within International Financial Centres.
Delegates range from school leavers seeking industry qualifications to non-executive directors requiring advanced courses and networking opportunities.
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