Keep More of Your Money: Understand the EU Corporate Tax Scheme.
The European Commission has recently declared that certain tax arrangements by EU member states are illegal under EU state aid rules because they give an unfair advantage to some multinational firms, including US companies. The developing situation in the EU raises significant legal questions for American-based companies currently receiving fiscal incentives from European countries.
Along with these recent rulings on EU state aid, we will discuss topics including:
- European tax reform
- Increasing tax transparency
- National corporate income tax laws in the European Union
- The recent EU proposal for an Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive
DDC is proud to offer this informative webinar, Keep More of Your Money: Understand the EU Corporate Tax Scheme, to our clients in collaboration with our global partner, FleishmanHillard. We invite you to join us for a candid conversation on this complex debate, hosted by our own Diane Miller, Senior Vice President, Client Relations with expertise and insight from one of our colleagues, Martin Bresson—a senior adviser at FleishmanHillard—and Suzanne Rab—a barrister at Serle Court Chambers based in London.
Bresson has years of experience in the area of prudential regulation and a formative background in international financial services following his role as the former Director for International Affairs in the Ministry for Business and Growth and his work with the Danish Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
Rab is a UK-based barrister who specializes in EU competition law and state aid. She has wide experience in advising recipients of state support, granting authorities, and companies seeking redress where they have seen their competitors unfairly given state funding or other support contrary to EU state aid rules.
Please join us on March 30nd at 10AM EST. All interested participants must be registered to attend the event.
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