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Global relations calendar of events 2020

 

Each year, the Global Relations Programme in taxation (GRP) holds more than 50 events to equip tax officials from developing countries with the knowledge and skills to tackle today’s most pressing challenges in international taxation, on topics ranging from How to tackle BEPS practices or audit MNEs, to How to exchange information or negotiate tax treaties. These events are offered free of charge in three formats: (1) face-to-face, (2) blended learning, and (3) e-learning

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 from more than 100 countries have participated in the Programme since 1992. Many of these events are delivered in partnership with regional and international tax organisations.

The Global Relations Programme thanks its donors, especially Japan, for their generous financial and in-kind contributions. 

 
Explore each category below for information about how to participate:
 

 

To register to a Global Relations face-to-face event and/or to a blended learning event (indicated as "BL" in the list below), follow the instructions contained in the Guidelines for Participants and enroll through the Knowledge Sharing Platform (KSP). Please note that the KSP is only open to tax officials. For more information on how to register to the KSP and to the blended learning courses, watch this demo. Further details can be found under each event category in the boxes above. 

 Please do not purchase tickets until you receive official confirmation through the KSP. If you purchase a ticket without a confirmation, we cannot guarantee a seat at the event or reimburse you for your purchase. Thank you for your understanding.

 For any other questions please contact us at 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. Please note that participants are responsible for their personal travel insurance.

 

 2020 Calendar


Date

Topic

Location

February

   
17-21

MAP Workshop

Korea MTC*

March

   
2-6 OECD/CIAT Interpretation and application of tax treaties (advanced) Mexico MTC*
2-6 Transfer Pricing and Auditing: Insurance and Banking Malaysia
16-20 Exchange of Information Last Mile: An Auditor's Perspective Austria MTC*
16-20 Toolkit on Addressing Comparable Data for Transfer Pricing Analysis Turkey MTC*
23-27

Effective use of CbC data and the OECD risk assessment tool

Korea MTC*
23-27

Transfer Pricing Documentation and Country-by-Country Reporting

Malaysia 

April

   
6-10

Effective use of CbC data and the OECD risk assessment tool

Turkey MTC*
20-24

Interpretation and application of Tax Administration Law

China MTC*
20-24

SMEs and Enhancing Compliance in the Informal Sector

South Africa

May

   
11-15

Mutual Agreement Procedures

China MTC*
11-15

Exchange of Information Last Mile: An Auditor's Perspective

Brazil 
11-15

Whole-of-government approach to combatting financial crimes

South Africa 
18-22

The OECD VAT Guidelines

Fiji 
25-29

OECD/UN Tax Treaty Negotiations

Korea MTC*
25-29

Effective use of CbC data and the OECD risk assessment tool

China MTC*
25-29

MAP Workshop 

Hungary MTC*
25-29

OECD/ATAF TP Risk assessment

TBC

June

 
1-5

Transfer Pricing Documentation and Risk Assessment 

Mexico MTC*

1-5

Interpretation and application of tax treaties

China MTC*

8-12

OECD/WCO Transfer Pricing and Customs Valuation

Tunisia

15-19

Interpretation and application of tax treaties

Turkey MTC*

22-26

Advanced Transfer Pricing

Brazil 

July

   
6-17

Exchange of Information as a tool to Combat Offshore Tax Evasion 

Austria MTC*
13-17

Risk management: effective use of CbC data and the OECD risk assessment tool

South Africa 
20-24

OECD/UN Tax treaty Negotiations

Austria MTC*

August

   

31-4

OECD/UN Tax treaty negotiations Paraguay

September

   
7-11

Advanced Tax Treaties

India
21-25

Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digitalisation of the Economy

Korea MTC*
23-28 ISTAX (International co-operation to combat tax avoidance and evasion) Japan
28-2 OECD/ATAF MAP Workshop TBC

October

   
5-9 OECD/IGF International Taxation and the Mining Industry Brazil 
5-9 SMEs and Enhancing Compliance in the Informal Sector Costa Rica 
12-16 The Common Reporting Standard and the use of CRS information Turkey MTC*
12-16 Interpretation and application of tax treaties Hungary MTC*
19-23 OECD/ATAF Auditing e-commerce transactions South Africa 
19-23 MLI Workshop Malaysia 
26-30 Auditing MNEs Korea MTC*
26-30 Train the trainers on international taxation China MTC*
27-29 OECD/CEF Fostering Domestic Revenue Mobilization through Cooperation Slovenia

November

   
11-13 Advanced ISTAX (International Co-operation to Combat Tax evasion and avoidance) Japan 
16-20 Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digitalisation of the Economy Turkey MTC*
23-27 Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digitalisation of the Economy China MTC*
23-27 Interpretation and application of tax Treaties Malaysia 
23-27 Transfer Pricing India
30-4 MAP Workshop Mexico MTC*

 

* Please note that only events taking place in a Multilateral Tax Centre (MTC) are open to direct registration through the KSP: www.ksp-ta.org. Events taking place in other locations are not open to direct registration.

 

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