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1 June 2017: Wim Panis and Giovanni Smet speak at M&D seminar entitled “Themadag Internationale Fiscaliteit”

1 June 2017: Wim Panis and Giovanni Smet speak at M&D seminar entitled “Themadag Internationale Fiscaliteit”

1 June 2017: Wim Panis and Giovanni Smet speak at M&D seminar entitled “Themadag Internationale Fiscaliteit”

01.04.2017 BE law

On 1 June, Wim Panis and Giovanni Smet speak at the “Themadag Internationale Fiscaliteit”, organised by M&D Seminars. The seminar particularly focuses on measures to prevent tax avoidance (ATAD, BEPS,…).

At the theme day, eight courses are given by experienced practitioners. During one of these sessions, Wim Panis and Giovanni Smet discuss the innovation deduction in the context of BEPS and the regimes in the Benelux countries.

For more information on the new Belgian innovation deduction regime, please click here to read our newsletter.

The seminar will be held in Dutch. For more information on the seminar, please click here.

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