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Taxing change: challenges in the new economy

Taxing change: challenges in the new economy

Part 4 of the Virtual New Era of Taxation Conference

A webinar presented by the IBA Taxes Committee

24 SEP 2020 1500 – 1615 BST

The Annual IBA Taxes Committee New Era Conference targets younger and new IBA Taxes Committee members. This year the Conference is taking place online.

This webinar will discuss the key issues facing governments and taxpayers as the economy and technology transform at a faster pace than law. The panel will analyse: challenges to taxing remote services and sales; digital currencies; P2P payment systems; and the gig economy. They will also discuss the ways governments are using tax incentives, and investors are using impact investment and blended finance structures to encourage development of new technologies furthering social causes, including green and health technologies, and fintech.

Certificate of Attendance

Certificates of attendance for this webinar will be provided to all IBA members who have registered in advance and attended the live broadcast for a minimum of 30 minutes based on verified sign-in and sign-out times. Certificates can only be issued to the name provided at the time of registration.

Currently only IBA members will be provided with a certificate free of charge. IBA members should use the email address you have on file with the IBA to register for this webinar if you require a certificate of attendance.

Certificates for non-members are chargeable, please make enquiries at webinars@int-bar.org.

Kat Gregor
Ropes & Gray, Boston, Massachusetts; Young Lawyers Programme Officer, IBA Taxes Committee

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Rachel Fox
William Fry, Dublin

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Meyyappan Nagappan
Nishith Desai, Mumbai

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Marco Ottenwälder
P + P Pöllath + Partners, Frankfurt

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Jan Neugebauer
Arendt & Medernach, Luxembourg

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Jessie Coleman
International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group), Washington DC

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Panayiota Burquier
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, London

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