Tax Havens. Selected Theoretical and Practical Key Issues: A Legal and Economic Perspective – 8-10 June 2011
Academy of Global Governance
What Participants Say….
“Excellent interactive seminar providing a wealth of information and food for thought.”
Doris Kolassa (European Parliament)
“The seminar has successfully put together experts from academia and governamental institutions and has provided for a very stimulating forum of discussion on one of the currently hottest topics of international taxation.”
Sebastiano Garufi (Bocconi University)
The Executive Training Seminar analyzed the key legal, policy and economic issues of the transition from tax havens to global fiscal transparency. Top speakers applied a theoretical and practical methodology to draw a borderline between the co-operative and non co-operative jurisdictions, shed light on the role of the OECD and the EU; analysed the common ground between their initiatives and the future perspectives of co-operation, discussed the novelties of the brand new EU Directive on mutual assistance, and anticipated the expected international tax developments.
Following the Key experts met for a closing conference on Saturday 11 June 2011.
Dhammika Dharmapala (University of Illinois) “Tax Havens and the Economic Perspective”
Ana Paula Dourado (University of Lisbon) “Exchange of Information and the Case Law of the ECJ”
Clemens Fuest (Oxford University) “Tax Havens and the Economic Perspective”
Michael Graetz (Columbia University) “National (Domestic) Tax Measures on Exchange of Information (Including US FATCA Rules)”
Michèle Perolat (European Commission) “The New Directive on Administrative Cooperation in the EU”
Pasquale Pistone (WU Vienna University of Economics and Business and Salerno University) “Cross-Border Exchange of Tax Information under Tax Treaties and other Legal Instruments in the Era of International Tax Coordination”
Carine Stoffels (OECD) “The OECD’s Work on International Tax Co-operation: Selected Key Issues”