The impact of BEPS on tax treaties
Symphony Offices | Gustav Mahlerplein 3 | Amsterdam
VU Nexus Centre seminar: The impact of BEPS on tax treaties
Faculty of Law
On 19 October 2017, we will celebrate the launch of the VU Nexus Centre for multinational taxation with a seminar on the impact of BEPS on tax treaties, especially the Multilateral Instrument (“MLI”) and the 2017 update to the OECD Model. You are kindly invited to join the seminar.
The seminar is in English and will focus on the following themes:
- MLI implementation: current state of play – M. Evers, LLM (OECD)
- Anti-hybrid mismatch rules – M.C. de Graaf, LLM (Dutch tax authorities, VU Nexus Centre)
- Dual resident entities – prof. G. Maisto (Università Cattolica di Piacenza; Maisto e Associati)
- Anti-abuse measures – prof. A. Rust (WU Vienna)
- Avoidance of PE status and 2017 update OECD Model – prof. A.A. Skaar (University of Oslo)
Other speakers: prof. J.W. Bellingwout (VU Nexus Centre; KPMG Meijburg & Co); prof. F.P.G. Pötgens (VU Nexus Centre; De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek), dr. R.A. Bosman (VU Nexus Centre; Loyens & Loeff).
The seminar is aimed at a broad audience of academics, tax practitioners (both in the public and private sector), government officials, national and international tax policy makers, and students.
Registration opens at 13:00. The seminar is followed at 18:00 with drinks and a reception.
Directions to the Symphony Offices.
This seminar is eligible for 4 NOB points.
The participation fee is € 100. University students can attend free of charge.
About the VU Nexus Centre
The VU Nexus Centre is the recently established international research centre of the Tax Law department of the Faculty of Law at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. The purpose of the Centre is to initiate and carry out scientific research on the taxation of multinational enterprises in a globalizing environment, with a particular focus on the taxation of non-resident multinational enterprises. Key areas of research are domestic and international tax law, including tax treaties and EU tax law.