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November 2, 2020
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Tuesday, 10 November 2020 | Indirect Tax Live - Controlling VAT and trade compliance in a changing world (1:00 pm BST)

On Tuesday, 19 November, EY will host the second in a series of global webcasts focusing on hot topics in indirect taxation. Our series continues with a practical discussion about how global companies can manage their compliance obligations for global trade and VAT in today’s challenging tax landscape.

Our panelists will consider the pressures that trade, tax and finance functions face in meeting their obligations cost effectively. They will explore leading practices in outsourcing and insourcing that businesses can adopt to reduce costs and risks, and improve performance.

During this live, interactive webcast, you will have the opportunity to take part in polls and ask questions to the panelists.

We hope you will be able to join us.

Date: Tuesday, 10 November 2020

Time: 13:00 - 14:00 London (BST) / 14:00 - 15:00 Paris (CEST)  / 21:00 - 22:00 Singapore / 5:00 PM Los Angeles

Registration: Register for this event.

Panelists

  • Jeroen Scholten, EY Global Director Global Trade
  • Lynlee Brown, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Gino Dossche, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Geert Vandenplas, Partner, Ernst & Young Tax Consultants
  • Marc Bunch, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Pierre Arman, Associate Partner, Ernst & Young LLP

Moderator

  • Kevin MacAuley, EY Deputy Global Director of Indirect Tax

Save the date or listen to the replay

  • Our webcast series will conclude on Tuesday 8 December 2020 when we will be discussing Indirect tax controversy. 
  • You can listen to the replay of the first webcast in the series How Brexit may impact your indirect tax position here.

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