Is there still a place for negotiation in tax disputes?

Thursday, 15 October 2020

Is there still a place for negotiation in tax disputes?

This event will be held virtually; you can register for this event by clicking here

This discussion will be chaired by the Women of IFA Network.   In the first half of the session, panellists will consider the part alternate dispute resolution and mediation now plays in dispute resolution management and negotiation in the context of domestic tax disputes.  The second half of the panel will consider the potential for mediation or specific dispute resolution techniques in the context of the Mutual Agreement Procedure under the UK’s tax treaties and Covered Tax Agreements and in the context of the EU Arbitration Directive.  

The panel will be chaired by Sarah Blakelock, Co-chair of the Women of IFA Network, and she will be joined by:

  • Peter Nias, of Pump Court Tax Chambers;
  • Judge Greg Sinfield, President of the Upper Tax Tribunal;
  • Geoff Lloyd, an Associate Partner with Ernst & Young;
  • Fiona McRobert, a Complex Issues Mediator with HMRC; and
  • Sandra Knaepen, the Head of the OECD’s Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP) Unit.  

 

Event Time

18:00 – 19:30

Thursday 15 October 2020

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This will be held virtually; you can register for this event by clicking here