This seminar is addressed to professionals who need to be able to identify who is an intermediary and which arrangement is considered as a cross border arrangement entailing DAC6 obligations so as to timely inform their clients of such obligations, avoiding thus the imposition of penalties and also safeguarding the DAC6 compliance of their clients or their business. The aforementioned professionals are required to have a comprehensive understanding of DAC6 practices and procedures and be in a position to perceive the full picture when dealing with an arrangement. Therefore, it is imperative that professionals have the required knowledge and awareness in order to ensure compliance in a highly complex, rapidly changing, cross-border environment.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This program is specifically designed for professionals who would like to become familiar with the essential concepts and principles of DAC6 in order to gain a better understanding of the field and interpret precisely the arrangements they may potentially face on a daily basis in their working environment.
corporate service providers and their officers;
accountants; tax and financial advisors;
in-house legal team; agents;
The offered Professional Training Course contributes to Continuing Professional Development for 4 CPD Units
WHERE AND WHEN
Venue: The course will be held online via zoom
Date & Time: 06th of March, 2024, 09:00-13:00 with a 15’ break
Language: Greek language with the slides in English
SEMINAR COST AND DURATION
The seminar’s cost and duration for participation is presented on the table below:
|€150.00 + 19% VAT
To register please complete our online registration form here:
PART A: Overview
PART B: The Hallmarks and the Main Benefit Test (MBT)
Hallmark A - Generic Hallmarks Linked to MBT
Hallmark B - Specific Hallmarks Linked to MBT
Hallmark C - Specific Hallmarks Related to Cross-Border Transactions
Hallmark D - Specific Hallmarks concerning automatic exchange of information and beneficial ownership
Hallmark E - Specific Hallmarks concerning Transfer Pricing
PART C: Information to be reported
PART D: Timing aspects
PART E: Penalties for non-compliance
INSTRUCTORS CURRICULUM VITAE
Marios Palesis, Partner, Tax Department
Marios is a qualified Accountant and a Fellow member of Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (FCCA), as well, as a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Cyprus, member of Advanced Diploma in International Taxation (ADIT) and International Tax Affiliate of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT).
Marios has significant experience in Transfer Pricing and international tax planning. He is servicing clients in Cyprus, Malta, Eastern Europe and in other jurisdictions around the globe.
His focus is on financial transactions and digital business
Contact Mrs. Ivi Papaioannou at firstname.lastname@example.org (22 558836)