• International Tax Conference

    October 17 2013, 00:00 - 00:00
    Location: Paris-La Défense, Exaltis Tower

    International Tax Conference - Mazar's and the International Tax Program at the New York University School of Law

    October 17-18, 2013

    October 17



    October 17, 2013, at 7 p.m.

    10 rue de Penthièvre, 75008 Paris

    A unique opportunity to network with international tax professionals during an interactive cooking class: cook your own dinner with a little help from a world-class chef!


    October 18


    Panel 1 - What does the OECD Base Erosion Project mean to companies operating across borders?

    Marlies de Ruiter, OECD, Head of the Base Erosion Project - Mazars and other speakers invited

    Panel 2 - The campaign against tax evasion and the platform for Tax Good Governance

    Speakers invited

    Panel 3 - Tax treaty policy developments - limitation on benefits clauses; exchange of information

    H. David Rosenbloom, Director, International Tax Program, New York University School of Law


    • Recent Developments in Indirect Taxation and VAT
    • Workshop: Focus on China
    • Workshop: Focus on India
    • FATCA / Intergovernmental Agreements / Status of exchange of Information reporting
    • Transfer Pricing Safe Harbor Guidelines
    • Tax Havens - Why is it so difficult to define?

    Each session will repeat to permit attendance at two different sessions

    For more information, and to register to attend, please contact :

    Registration deadline is Tuesday, October 1.

     Mazars is an international, integrated and independent organisation specialising in audit, advisory, accounting, tax and legal services. As at 1st January 2013, the Group operates in more than 70 countries and draws on the expertise of 13,500 professionals to assist companies – major international groups, SMEs, privateinvestors – and public bodies, at every stage in their development. 

     The International Tax Program at New York University School of Law is tailored to the specific need of foreign-trained students, while

    offering access to many other classes taught by the entire Tax faculty.