Globally, countries are campaigning for watertight tax regimes and gradually but definitely towards commercially driven business practices, and BEPS seems to be the way to it. Around 44 countries, including India, have come together to create a code to enable looking at transactions with a borderless lens for taxes. Once introduced, BEPS will realign contemporary tax policies with the realities of today’s global economy. It seeks to empower tax authorities across countries to rewrite transactions.
The Conference aims to echo the growing voices of MNCs and Indian corporates alike for a stable, certain and less litigious tax environment to ensure that investors in the Indian economy are well positioned to plan their investments and estimate tax outcomes in a reasonable and consistent manner, which would facilitate in understanding the evolving tax landscape around the world and in India.
Key speakers in the Conference would include Ministry of Finance, OECD and G-20 leaders, MNCs and Indian Companies and eminent tax experts.
The Conference would provide an opportunity to participants to avail the benefit of the views of key policy makers, industry, domestic and international tax experts and consultants in the area of tax policy.
20 November 2015
Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi.
MrAkhileshRanjan, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Finance
ISSUES TO BE DISCUSSED
Mr. Vikkas Mohan[Senior Director]Confederation of Indian IndustryCII Central Office, MantoshSondhi Centre, 23 Institutional AreaLodi RoadNew Delhi-110003