Global relations in taxation

Global relations calendar of events 2018

 

Each year, the Global Relations Programme (GRP) holds around 60 events on a variety of international tax policy and administration topics bringing together some 2000 serving tax officials from over 100 countries in 20+ venues globally.  Our goal is to help tax officials take part in an international community to share their experiences, acquire a common understanding of international tax systems and their implementation and develop solutions to common problems. Approximately 40 000 tax officials have participated in the Programme since 1992. Many of these events are delivered in partnership with regional and international tax organisations including ATAF, CIAT, CREDAF, IOTA, and SGATAR.  

 

 

 

On 7 January 2016, we provided a live presentation of the OECD's Global Relations Programme (KSP), its structure, challenges and strategy. Together with the Canada Revenue Agency, we presented our new Knowledge Sharing Platform (KSP - www.ksp-ta.org), an online tool which will offer a more structured platform for sharing of tax knowledge and improve the delivery of our events. Please note that the KSP is open only to tax officials that work for a tax administration or an international tax organisation.

 On 13 July 2016 we provided a second live presentation on the GRP and the KSP. For technical reasons, the live transmission is not available. However, you can download the PowerPoint presentations: the Global Relations Programme and BEPS Update and Present and Future of the KSP.

 

To participate in one of the events in the calendar below, please contact your country representative and for any other questions please contact us: CTP.GlobalRelations@oecd.org.

 

 

N.B. Although every effort is made to maintain the dates for events, factors outside our control mean dates are sometimes subject to change → please verify with the Global Relations Team at CTP.GlobalRelations@oecd.org prior to making any travel arrangements.

The vast majority of events are multilateral, but some are bilateral. Please request more information at the same email address.

* Events held in Ankara, Turkey are held in English with Turkish and Russian interpretation. The events held in Mexico are held in English with Spanish interpretation. The events held in China are held in English with Chinese interpretation.

 

Date

Topic

Location

 

January

 

   
 15-19  Tax Administration: Recent Developments in Large Business Administration  China MTC

February

   
19-23

The revised Transfer Pricing Guidelines

Mexico MTC/ES
19-23 Prix de Transfert - CREDAF Burkina Faso
20-23 Transfer Pricing - Intangibles Singapore
20-23 How Tax Administrations Cooperate and Exchange Information Slovenia

March

   
5-9 Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation  Colombia
12-16 Implementing BEPS1: Minimum Standards (BL) Austria MTC
12-16 Tax Administration: Trends in modern Tax Administration Korea MTC
12-16

Negotiation of Tax Treaties 

Malaysia
19-23 Tax Treaties, MLI and BEPS (Preventing Treaty Abuse) Turkey MTC
26-29 Toolkit on TP Documentation and CBCR  China MTC
26-29 Tax Certainty and BEPS Singapore

April

   
9-10

OECD-IOTA Joint Workshop 1 on ISORA

Hungary MTC
9-14

Implementing BEPS1: Minimum Standards (BL)

Korea MTC
9-14

Implementing BEPS 1. Minimum Standards

Korea MTC
12-13

OECD-IOTA Joint Workshop 2 on ISORA

Hungary MTC

16-20

Exchange of Information and CRS

Turkey MTC

17-20

ATAF - Tax Treaties and the Multilateral Instrument (South and East Africa)

TBD

25-27

TBC - OECD-IMF Joint Workshop on ISORA

Malaysia

May

   
8-10

Action 14: Transfer Pricing Dispute Resolution 

China MTC
14-18

Toolkit Addressing Comparable Data for Transfer Pricing and Mineral Pricing

Austria MTC
14-18

Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digital Economy

Indonesia
14-19

Toolkit on Indirect Transfer of Assets

Korea MTC

June

 
4-8

ATAF - Advanced Tax Treaties

TBC
4-8

Implementing BEPS1: Minimum Standards (BL)

Mexico MTC/ES

11-15

Tax Treaties, MLI and BEPS (Preventing Treaty Abuse)

China MTC

25-30

International VAT Guidelines

Korea MTC
 25-30  Toolkit Addressing Comparable Data for Transfer Pricing and Mineral Pricing  Russia

July

   
2-13

Tax treaties and non-resident taxation

Austria MTC
2-6 Implementing BEPS2: Hybrids, Interests, CFCs  China MTC
2-6 Tax Administration: SMEs,a systems approach to enhance compliance in the informal sector Indonesia
2-6 Auditing MNEs for BEPS - Tax Inspectors Without Borders Turkey MTC
3-6 ATAF - Tax Treaties and the Multilateral Instrument (West and Central Africa) TBC
16-20

OECD-UN joint event on Tax Treaties and the MLI (BL)

Austria MTC

16-20

Tax Administration: SMEs,a systems approach to enhance compliance in the informal sector Turkey MTC

August

   

13-17

Tax Treaties, MLI and BEPS (Preventing Treaty Abuse) Malaysia

20-24

Tax Treaties, MLI and BEPS (Preventing Treaty Abuse) India

September

   
3-7

Train the Trainers on BEPS and Transfer Pricing (BL)

Mexico MTC/ES
10-14 The revised Transfer Pricing Guidelines China MTC
10-15 Exchange of Information and CRS Korea MTC
10-14

Toolkit on TP Documentation and CBCR

Turkey MTC
24-28 The revised Transfer Pricing Guidelines Malaysia

October

   
1-3 Tax Treaties, MLI and BEPS (Preventing Treaty Abuse) Japan
15-19 Exchange of Information and CRS Hungary MTC
15-19 Income Tax Workshop  China MTC
15-19 The revised Transfer Pricing Guidelines Indonesia

November

   
12-16 Tax Treaties, MLI and BEPS (Preventing Treaty Abuse) Korea MTC
13-16 Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digital Economy Japan
13-15

Action 14: Transfer Pricing Dispute Resolution

Malaysia
19-23

Toolkit on Tax Incentives for Foreign Investment

Turkey MTC
26-30

Implementing BEPS2: Hybrids, Interests, CFCs (BL)

Mexico MTC/ES

December

   
3-8

Train the Trainers on BEPS and Transfer Pricing (BL)

Korea MTC
3-7

Base Eroding Payments

Malaysia
4-7

ATAF - Transfer Pricing Risk Analysis

TBC
10-14

Train the Trainers on BEPS and Transfer Pricing (BL)

Turkey MTC

BL stands for Blended Learning, meaning a combination of Elearning and face-to-face seminars. In order to participate in the blended learning events, you will need to take the on-line course first. More details to follow.

 

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