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Certificate Course on Multilateral Instruments

CERTIFICATE COURSE ON MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENTS

INTERNATIONAL TAXATION COMMITTEE

Chairman : Rajesh P. Shah
Co-Chairman : Rajesh L. Shah
Vice-Chairman : Kartik Badiani
Convenors : Rakesh Upadhyaya, Shreyas Shah, Harshal Bhuta
Co-ordinators : Ronak Doshi, Shreyas Shah, Monica Wadhani

The field of International Taxation has witnessed rapid developments globally in recent past. Various BEPS action plans have been released by the OCED and the Multilateral Instruments (MLI) have been signed by several countries. Coupled with these global developments are the domestic tax changes to the Indian Income-tax Act which are also a result of these BEPS measures initiated by the OECD. With over 100 countries now part of the BEPS inclusive framework and 80+ countries signing on the MLI dotted line, need for learning through intensive study and analysis has become very necessary.

Considering the same, the Committee has decided to come out with a four day Study Course on various provisions of the Multilateral Instruments. The Study Course is designed to deal with understanding the BEPS Action Plans released by OECD, Articles of MLI signed by India and various countries and will also be covering the recent amendments to the Income-tax Act which originate from OCED's BEPS programme.

Day & Date

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Friday, 5th, & 12th October, 2018
Saturday, 6th and 13th October, 2018

Time : 9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Venue : Hotel West End, Next to Bombay Hospital, New Marine Lines, Mumbai-400 020.

 

Topic Speakers
1. Introduction to BEPS / MLI & Introduction to BEPS Action 1 CA Rashmin Sanghvi
2. Analysis of MLI and its operation CA Radhakishan Rawal
3. Transparent entities and elimination of double tax – Articles 3 and 5 of MLI (BEPS Action 2 Report) CA Vispi T. Patel
4. Prevention of Treaty Abuse - Article 7 (SLOB) (BEPS Action 6 report) CA Jiger Saiya
5. MLI Implementation in India and Global Trends- Key Issues and What Next? Mr. Vinay Kumar Singh IRS
6. Exchange of Information and Tax Transparency Mr. Rahul Navin IRS
7. Prevention of Treaty Abuse – Articles 6 and 7 (PPT) (BEPS Action 6 report) CA Geeta Jani
8. Prevention of treaty abuse – Understanding India impact through Select Case Studies CA Vishal Gada
9. Commissionaire and Agency PE, Amendment in Explanation 2 to Section 9(1) (I) – Analysis – Articles 12 and 15 of MLI (BEPS Action 7 Report) Mr. Sanjay Sanghvi, Advocate
10. Preparatory and Auxiliary activity Exemption, Anti- fragmentation Rules and Splitting of contracts - Articles 13, 14 and 15 (BEPS Action 7 Report) CA Yogesh Thar
11. Limitation on Interest expenditure - BEPS Action 4 and Section 94B of ITA CA Bhaumik Goda
12. Transparency by Preferential tax regimes (BEPS Action 5 Report) and Transparency- Transfer Pricing documentation and Country-by-Country Reporting, Indian Rules (BEPS Action 13 Report) CA Karishma Phatarphekar
13. Other anti-avoidance measures – Dividend & Capital Gains on immovable property – Articles 8 and 9 of MLI (BEPS Action 6 report) CA Daksha Bakshi
14. Other anti-avoidance measures – Dual resident Entities, PE in Third Jurisdictions & Jurisdiction’s right to tax its own residents – Articles 4, 10 and 11 of MLI (BEPS Action 6 Report) CA Shabbir Motorwala
15. Panel Discussion Chairman:
CA H. Padamchand Khincha
Panelist:
CA Anish Thacker
CA Vishal J. Shah

 

Fees Members Non-Members
₹ 8,000/- + ₹ 1,440/- (18% GST) = ₹ 9,440/- ₹ 9,000/- + ₹ 1,620/- (18% GST) = ₹ 10,620/-

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Event date: 05-Oct-2018 9:00 am
Event End Date: 05-Oct-2018 5:00 pm
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