We are currently living one of the most fascinating moments in the history of international taxation, which are of interest also for understanding the general EU-US relations. Traditionally, the US and EU set their own agendas, without great care for what was going on, on the other side of the Atlantic. After the BEPS (Base erosion and profit shifting) project and the follow-up measures implementing it in part or full within each of the two blocks, things have changed dramatically. Many changes on one of the sides have intriguing and complex implications on the other side, many of them with a potentially powerful impact in a number of issues as: budget, trade, etc. Recent EU State Aid investigations on some US multinationals are merely an example of what could come next.
This seminar is aimed to address this new reality, shedding light into the new tax dynamics between the EU and the US and anticipating the tax challenges
that both blocks will face in the near future.
Learn more: CES
Speakers: Stephen Shay (Senior Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law School), Pasquale Pistone (Academic Chairman IBFD; Jean Monnet Ad Personam Chair in European Tax Law, WU Vienna), Joao Nogueira (Adjunct Academic Chairman, IBFD) and Reuven Aviyonah (Irwin I. Cohn Professor of Law, Michigan Law School).
Sponsors: RCC, EU Law and Government Study Group