Tax and transfer pricing governance insights for Private Equity firms and Global Multinational companies
DATE: 15 November 2017
Location: 7 Albemarle Street, London
Quantera Global, Citco Global subsidiary governance services, and Pinsent Masons are proud to invite you to our breakfast seminar on Wednesday 15 November, to share insights on governance given the current tax and transfer pricing environment for Private Equity firms and Global Multinational companies.
Firms in the investment management sector and the Global Multinational companies that deal with holding, acquisition, and finance structures on a day to day basis are facing tax, legal, and regulatory changes like never before.
Changing international tax rules and increased scrutiny by tax authorities and the public require increased attention to governance and operational change to deal with this increased risk. It is more important than ever to address these challenges by having a clear Tax Strategy, developing a workable Tax Control Framework within your organisation, and taking a fresh look at any transfer pricing risks.
During this event, the panel will invite you for a discussion around three elements that are at the heart of these changes:
- How will the new rules affect your operations?
- What are the pressures on governance given measures to increase international tax transparency, including Country-by-Country reporting?
- How running a Tax Control Framework & Transfer Pricing Risk Mitigation can help you in addressing these new risks?
08.00am Registration & Breakfast
08.20am Welcome & GSGS Overview
08.30am Panel Discussion
Jason Collins Partner – Head of Tax, Litigation and Regulatory Pinsent Masons
Theo Elshof – Managing Director Quantera Global
Arnas Laurynas – Executive Director Quantera Global UK
Paul Brown – Business Development Manager Citco Global subsidiary governance services
Theo Elshof is a Managing Director of Quantera Global and has more than 25 years of experience in international tax, TP and tax control frameworks. His experience includes active participation in competent authority APAs and Mutual Agreement Procedures, design, planning, implementation and defence of restructuring projects, TP controversy / audits, tax and TP control frameworks. As an industry leader, Theo regularly speaks on seminars on global TP, tax risk assessment and management. Theo has master and post-master degrees in tax and controlling.
Arnas Laurynas is the Executive Director leading the London office of Quantera Global. Arnas has a distinctively international background and has held senior positions in the UK, the Netherlands, and Eastern Europe. He has a broad international transfer pricing background with a particular focus on M&A, investment management, and financing structures, and has participated in a number of negotiations and discussions with HMRC and other European tax authorities. Arnas specialises in assisting clients through value chain transformation projects, with a particular focus on the operational changes required to support their new transfer pricing models.
Jason Collins leads the Litigation, Regulatory and Tax teams at international law firm Pinsent Masons LLP. He specialises in representing corporate and individual clients who are the subject of a tax audit – and resolves complex disputes with HM Revenue & Customs in all aspects of direct tax and VAT, as well as tax treaty and State aid disputes involving other jurisdictions. Jason is a leading expert on Country-by-Country reporting, FATCA and the OECD’s Common Reporting Standard, advising companies, financial institutions and individuals across the world on the application of automatic exchange of information.
Paul Brown is a business development manager with Citco GSGS. Paul has more than 25 years of business development and project management experience in the corporate governance arena. Throughout his career Paul has enjoyed outstanding success in a variety of European and FTSE 350 business sectors including: Transport, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Financial services, Banking, Legal, Professional services, Retail, Mining, Oil & Gas, NHS Trusts & G15 RSA’s.
This event is by invitation only and space is limited.
To secure your place at this briefing, please RSVP before 1 November 2017 to: