Following the adoption of the EU Mandatory Disclosure Rules for intermediaries and taxpayers (DAC6) in May 2018, the internet consultation including draft legislation launched by the Dutch government on December 20, 2018, put these new rules in the spotlight again as it provides greater insight into the direction of the Dutch implementation of DAC6. Although the draft legislative proposal provides clarity in some cases, many questions still remain unanswered and new questions have arisen. For this reason we would like to invite you to a roundtable discussion on the new disclosure rules, which KPMG Meijburg will be hosting on Thursday morning, February 28, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in the Amstelveen office.
This roundtable discussion is intended for in-house tax professionals of companies that have cross-border operations. The objective is to highlight implications of DAC6 implementation that may not be immediately obvious (for example, potential reporting obligations in other EU Member States) and what you should consider doing now in order to be MDR-ready. The agenda will include discussions on:
- The Dutch government position with respect to DAC6
- Status of implementation across the EU, with a focus on Member States that are applying a broader scope, such as Sweden and Poland
- Impact and consequences of the new rules
- Main points to bear in mind and what action you should consider now
- KPMG’s MDR technology solution and how KPMG can provide further support to your organization
- EU policy: which future changes can we expect to the current DAC6 version?
We envisage the roundtable as an open discussion forum to actively discuss key issues and concerns. DAC6 is a far-reaching piece of legislation, which will require organizations that operate across borders to adjust their governance frameworks and monitor implementation not only in the Netherlands, but also in other relevant EU jurisdictions as the implementation in certain member states goes beyond what DAC6 requires.
We hope you can join us. Please note that, depending on the level of interest in the topic and availability of the invitees, a second event may be considered in early March 2019. Therefore, please let us know if you are interested in this event, but not able to join on February 28.
28 February 2019
08:00 t/m 10:00