Quelles perspectives pour la fiscalité européenne dans un monde globalisé ?

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Date / Heure
mercredi 25 avril
9 h 00 - 17 h 00

Emplacement
Square
Rue Mont des Arts
Bruxelles


 

Conférence :
Quelles perspectives pour la fiscalité européenne
dans un monde globalisé ?

La transformation digitale de nos économies, la réforme de l’impôt sur les sociétés aux Etats-Unis et la concurrence fiscale britannique post-Brexit deviennent des enjeux majeurs de compétitivité pour l’Europe et ses entreprises.

Le 25 avril prochain, l’Institut Friedland organisera, en partenariat avec Confrontations Europe, une conférence à Bruxelles qui rassemblera des décideurs publics et privés, des dirigeants d’entreprises, des régulateurs et des experts pour débattre de l’avenir de la fiscalité en Europe dans un contexte de mondialisation. Conférence en anglais.

Un événement organisé en partenariat par l’Institut Friedland et Confrontations Europe.

The future of European taxation in a global context

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Date / Heure
mercredi 25 avril
9 h 00 - 17 h 00

Emplacement
Square
Rue Mont des Arts
Bruxelles


Conference :
The future of European taxation in a global context

The digital transformation of our economies, the US corporate tax reform and the post-Brexit UK tax competition are becoming major issues of competitiveness for Europe and its enterprises.

On April 25th, Institut Friedland will organise, in partnership with Confrontations Europe, an event bringing together decision makers, business leaders, policy makers, regulators and experts to debate the future of European taxation in a global context.

This event is organized in partnership by Friedland Institute and Confrontations Europe.

Programme 

The debates will be moderated by Institut Friedland and Confrontations Europe

9.00: Registration and coffee

9.30: Introductory remarksHervé Jouanjean, Vice President of Confrontations Europe, former Director General, DG Budget, European Commission

9.45 – 11.00: Viewpoints: Corporate taxation in a changing international context

How will the European Union respond to the US tax reform and the OECD’s anti-BEPS project?  Is CCCTB the right answer? What are the consequences of the US tax reform for European groups and subsidiaries? What are the prospects opened by CCCTB for businesses? How will tax competition develop between Member States and with third countries?

  • David Bradbury, Head of the Tax Policy and Statistics Division, OECD
  • Gaëtan Nicodème, Head of the Economic Analysis Unit, DG Taxation and Customs Union, European Commission

Moderator: Thierry Philipponnat, Director of Institut Friedland

11.00 – 11.30: Break

11.30 – 12.45: Round Table 1: Pros and cons of CCCTB for enterprises and implementation

What are the advantages and limitations of such a project? What will implementing CCCTB mean for enterprises? What new challenges will companies be confronted with? Risk and opportunity analysis of the CCCTB.

  • Patrick de Cambourg, Chairman, Autorité des Normes Comptables (ANC)
  • Sune Hein Bertelsen, Leading Senior Tax Policy Adviser, Confederation of Danish Industry
  • Alfred de Lassence, V.P. Tax, Air Liquide
  • Delphine Siquier-Delot, Senior Tax Analyst, Institut Friedland

Moderator: Anne Macey, Chief Executive of Confrontations Europe

12.45 – 13.45: Buffet lunch

13.45 – 14.00: Keynote speech: Didier Kling, Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris Île-de-France

14.00 – 15.15: Round Table 2: Taxation of the digital economy in the context of CCCTB

What solutions to adapt European taxation systems to the digital economy? Can a tax on digital giants be part of the solution? Is the concept of significant digital presence the way forward?  Is CCCTB the best legal vehicle to tackle this issue?

  • Paul Tang, Member of the European Parliament, Rapporteur of the CCTB directive
  • Stéphane Pallez, CEO, La Française des Jeux
  • Eelco van der Enden, Chair of Tax Policy Group, Accountancy Europe
  • Maria Volanen, Chair of the Tax Committee, Digital Europe

Moderator: Edouard Simon, Head of Confrontations Europe Brussels Office

15.15 – 16.30: Round Table 3: Dynamics of adopting CCCTB

Will CCCTB be adopted by the European Union? Are we heading towards an unregulated tax competition between Member States? Will tax harmonisation within the EU be driven by CCCTB? Will the Franco-German bilateral cooperation project be a game changer?

  • Alain Lamassoure, Member of the European Parliament, Rapporteur of the CCCTB directive
  • Grégory Abate, Deputy Director, Tax policy department, French Public Finances General Directorate 
  • Wendelin Staats, Head of Division, German Federal Ministry of Finance, International Business Taxation

        Moderator: Anne Macey, Chief Executive of Confrontations Europe

16.30 – 17.00: Keynote speech: Pierre Moscovici, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs

17.00 – 17.10: Closing remarks: Thierry Philipponnat, Director of Institut Friedland