Geneva International VAT Breakfast – New Year and new challenges in Indirect Taxes

International VAT Breakfast

In the fever of December’s last moment, many VAT topics such as the GST implementation in India or the change of the Swiss VAT rates across systems before New Year could have gone unspotted. For those who manage indirect taxes, it is clear that unnoticed changes can have significant consequences.

As a New Year’s resolution, during our next VAT Breakfast, we will look into recent topics that enable strategic development as well as those that are less game-changing but nevertheless require your attention in the start of 2018.

From a strategic perspective, we will address the latest progress in Brexit negotiations, the implementation of GST in India and the introduction of VAT in the GCC. We will also discuss the latest updates about the EU Commission initiatives and the upcoming end of the Cross Boarder Ruling pilot. Sharing feedback from various European countries, we will focus on reporting developments in 2017/2018 in Poland, Hungary and Serbia; the introduction of anti-fraud measures such as split payment in Romania, Poland and Italy; the reporting of imported e-services in Turkey as well as the Polish transport package.

Finally, we want to share with you the lessons learned and the biggest challenges faced in the first months after the Swiss VAT reform and the recent Swiss / EU case law. We hope to receive your views in return.

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Contact Us

Patricia More
Tel.+41 58 792 95 07
patricia.more@ch.pwc.com

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Patricia More

Patricia More

Partner
PwC
Avenue Giuseppe-Motta 50
Case postale, 1211 Genève 2

Patricia More leads the Romandie's indirect tax practice with more than 20 years of specialization in indirect taxes, including 12 in landwell paris and 5 leading the pwc french indirect tax practice.

She has a wide experience in analyzing indirect tax issues for multinational companies on a number of different industries sectors including: Transport and Logistics, luxury goods, Telecom, Energy, Information Technology, technology, Financial services, electronic means of payment and general Indirect Tax issues.