The Global Tax Advisers Platform invites you to attend the GTAP Conference to be held in Torino, Italy, on Thursday 3 October 2019 from 9am to 5pm, on the topic of “Tax and the Future”.
In the 21st century, close cooperation in taxation matters is indispensable; a pre-requisite driven by increased globalisation and digitalisation. This is particularly so in light of the many tax-policy initiatives of international and supranational organisations, such as the OECD, the UN, the Inclusive Framework and the EU. Close co-operation is the sole effective means of responding to the requests of multinational clients.
GTAP is the global response of tax advisers to these international tax initiatives, formed in 2014 by CFE, AOTCA and WAUTI, in search of closer links among tax advisers throughout the world. The platform provides the proper framework for a more dynamic, more inclusive cooperation among tax advisers, on the basis of enhanced dialogue, more effective collaboration and more openness.
The GTAP conference is intended to reinforce closer cooperation by bringing to the forefront issues that are of interest to all tax advisers in a borderless, increasingly globalising and automated society, driven by new technologies. The conference will be attended by the founding organisations of GTAP: CFE, AOTCA and WAUTI, and tax advisers the organisations bring together from all over the globe. GTAP embodies the vision of the founding organisations for a broad network of tax advisers around the globe working on a broad spectrum of topics within the field.
It reflects the conviction that tax advisers of all jurisdictions have common interests; and that these interests can be pursued more effectively together.
The GTAP conference is part of a series of other events of professional interest for tax advisers, which will be organized in Torino on 3 and 4 October for the celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the foundation of CFE Tax Advisers Europe.