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2015 Tax Indaba DVD Day 2 (Only available from 23 October 2015)

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DAY 2

STREAM ONE: INTERNATIONAL TAX

     

  Opening address

Prof. Annet Oguttu, Member, Davis Tax Committee; Chair, BEPS Sub-Committee




  A focus on developments associated with SA tax treaties and bi-lateral investment treaties

Dan Foster, Director, Webber Wentzel
Peter Leon, Partner, Webber Wentzel






  Foreign investment in SA branches and profit withdrawals

Stephan Spamer, Director Tax, ENSafrica
Okkie Kellerman, Director Tax, ENSafrica


 

An update on recent amendments to exchange control policy

Charles R van Staden, Head of Exchange Control, Hogan Lovells


  Panel discussion: hot spots in international tax

Moderator: Kyle Mandy, Head Tax Technical Director, PwC
Panellists:
Charles Makola, Senior Manager: International Tax Services, EY
Deborah Tickle, Partner International Corporate Tax, KPMG
David Warneke, Head of Corporate Tax, BDO; Associate Professor, University of Cape Town




  Withholding taxes in Africa, exchange control and the African aversion to tax treaties

Andreas Muntingh, Tax Manager, Shoprite Checkers
Wayne Fuller,
Senior International Tax Manager, Old Mutual


  Reform challenges for developing countries’ revenue administrations: lessons for African countries

Faith Mazani, Regional Revenue Administration Advisor, International Monetary Fund (IMF); Former Revenue Commissioner in Swaziland and Zimbabwe; Former Senior Manager, SARS


  The right to tax non-resident entities: an East African (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, etc.) perspective

Gustav van den Berg, Head of Corporate Tax, Seacom


  Mauritius: ongoing launchpad into Africa

Richard Arlove, CEO, ABAX


DAY 2

STREAM TWO: SMES

     

  What are the practical issues that you face when one of your customers goes into BR?

Keith Fairhurst, Director, Unleash Consulting


  Profit withdrawals

Candice Mullins, Managing Director, The Tax House




  Objections and appeals – what do you do when?

Nico Theron MTP (SA), Tax Consultant, Tax Consulting


 

Withholding tax for the SME

Prof. Pieter van der Zwan, Associate Professor Programme Leader: Taxation School of Accounting Sciences Potchefstroom Campus, North West University


  Dispute resolution and the TAA

Ernie Lai King, Head of Tax and Asia Practice Group, Hogan Lovells


  VAT on-supplies, non-supplies, agency and cross-charging

Ettiene Retief, Professional Accountant (SA); Professional Tax Specialist (SA), FTR Tax and Corporate Administration


  eFiling workshop

Anton Krynauw, Managing Director, Krycom; eFiling and e@syFile Specialist, SAIT


  Verification of your VAT return

Alan Lewis, Alan Lewis Tax Law Services


  Common company law considerations

Yaniv Kleitman, Senior Associate - Corporate & Commercial, Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr


  CGT issues – the para 57 exemption and when and how it can be used

Graeme Saggers, Director, Nolands


  Small business incentives - why don't they work?

Paul Gering, Director, PKF


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