“Introduction to International Corporate Tax”, a comprehensive overview of international tax, also structured around the syllabus for the ADIT paper I exam.

This course is ideal for those new to international tax or who wish to fill any gaps in their knowledge. And because its structure mirrors the syllabus for paper 1 of the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation it is ideal preparation for those planning to take that exam. The compact nature of the course, just three days, makes it ideal for busy professionals and/or those travelling from outside the UK.

One of this year’s course participants said of her success in the ADIT exam:
“The course held last November was fundamental to my success.”

The course takes place at a dedicated training venue in central London. Call +44 (0)1962 458058 or email deborah@djhinternationaltax.com for more details.

We have a new tutor for 2017, Johann Muller. His full biography is shown below but his wide range of experience working in practice as a lawyer, in-house for the world’s largest shipping company and, most recently, with a competent authority makes him ideal to teach the broadest range of participants from all backgrounds.

Pricing for 3-day course: £1550 plus VAT at 20%
Cost includes tuition, full course documentation and refreshments including breakfast and lunch throughout.

Tutor: Johann Muller.
Johann has worked in international tax since 1989. He worked as a tax lawyer in Amsterdam, London and New York on holding structures, conduit structures, structured finance and hybrids before becoming deputy head of tax for the world’s largest shipping company (Mærsk). There, Johann co-ordinated reorganisations in 100 countries, and did tax advocacy at the EU, the OECD and the UN. He also has experience in taxation of the offshore service industry. Most recently, Johann worked for the Danish competent authority on transfer pricing and presented Denmark as a WP6 delegate at the OECD.
He is a regular speaker at international tax conferences, presents videos on his Youtube channel, TaxPics, and regularly blogs on LinkedIn and the “Kluwertaxblog”, where he is a co-editor. Johann published “The Netherlands in International Tax Planning” with the IBFD in 2008 and self-published an e-book on Amazon, “A practical summary of the OECD’s 2010 Transfer Pricing Guidelines” (updated as at 1 January 2016). He is currently working on a book for Kluwerlaw on the allocation of profits to permanent establishments.

Major topics covered are:
Basic principles of international tax law;
Double Taxation Conventions (DTCs) focusing on the current version of the OECD Model Tax Convention (MTC);
Methods of elimination of Double Taxation;
International tax avoidance;
Indirect taxes and international taxation;
GATT and GATS rules;
WTO rules;
Cross-border mergers;
Estate and gift taxation and international issues;
Transfer pricing and thin capitalisation rules

Pricing for 3-day course: £1550 plus VAT at 20%
Cost includes tuition, including many worked examples, and course documentation. The price includes refreshments including lunch throughout the three days.

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