Michael Lang, Philip Baker, Valère Moutarlier, Vassilios Skouris, Martin Kreienbaum, i.a.
The International Tax Centre at the Bavarian Ministry of Finance will host its International Tax Audit Forum 2016 on 21/21 November 2016 in Munich. The programme features reports from tax auditors on real cases and on the cooperation with other countries, as well as a panel discussion titled „Any Rights Left? The position of taxpayers in the center of international auditors’ interest", in which CFE President Henk Koller will take part.
- ACADEMIC LECTURES BY PROFESSORS MICHAEL LANG AND PHILIP BAKER
CFEis proudly announcing its yearly CFE AwardAlbert J. Rädler Medal 2016, which is aimed at encouraging academic excellence in European taxation among Master's students. To be eligible for the CFE Award Albert J. Rädler Medal 2016, applicants aged 30 years or under should have completed a Master’s thesis awarded with Distinction in the area of European taxation. The thesis should be written in English or, alternatively, an English translation should be provided.
The CFE has been appointed as a member of the European Commission´s advisory VAT Expert Group for the 2016-2019 term starting on 1 October 2016. CFE´s representatives will be Ms Trudy Perié from the Netherlands and Mr Jeremy Woolf from the UK.
At the CFE General Assembly on 23 September 2016 in Warsaw, Piergiorgio Valente (Italy) was elected CFE President for a two-year term starting on 1 January 2017. He will succeed Henk Koller (the Netherlands) who has not stood for re-election.
On 13 November 2015, the CFE, together with two other international professional bodies of tax advisers, together representing more than 500,000 tax advisers worldwide, presented their joint proposal for a Model Taxpayer Charter.
The work is a collaboration of:
· AOTCA (Asia-Oceania Tax Consultants´ Association), representing 330,000 tax advisers from 20 professional bodies in 16 countries in the Asian-Pacific region;