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Companies and taxation — Family Office

IBA 29th Annual International Private Client Tax Conference

3-5 March 2024 (Raffles London at the OWO, London, England)

IBA 29th Annual International Private Client Conference on the theme "Navigating the private client world in turbulent times", presented by the IBA Private Client Tax Committee and supported by the IBA Family Law Committee.

Participation of Patricia KEMAYOU MENGUE, Head of the Corporate & Tax Department and Ewelina WASOWSKA, Head of the Family Office Department.

The programme includes sessions/workshops, meetings, sharing views and exchanging information with practitioners from a wide range of civil and common law jurisdictions on current issues and fundamental questions of international planning, with the interests of our private clients in mind.

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Topics :

  • AI: is it game over for humans?". ChatGPT and other similar linguistic models. Who are the main players in this field? What are the regulators saying? What tools should advisers be studying and using? What are their limitations? How are these models likely to evolve over the next few years?
  • "Oh my GAAR! Have general tax anti-avoidance rules changed the way we approach tax planning?". How are different countries approaching the fight against tax avoidance, whether through targeted measures or general anti-avoidance rules?
  • "Stiff Winds, New Currents and Rough Seas". What are the most recent legislative changes in your country? What are the hot topics in your jurisdiction? How do you use artificial intelligence in your daily practice?
  • "Will they rest in peace". Inheritance tax treaties..
  • "Is it possible to bulletproof your trust/foundation structure?" The nuances of civil and common law in relation to cross-border litigation.
  • "Should I stay or should I go?". Issues related to changing tax residency.

"The International Bar Association (IBA), established in 1947, is the world’s leading organisation of international legal practitioners, bar associations, law firms and law societies.The IBA influences the development of international law reform and shapes the future of the legal profession throughout the world. It has a membership of more than 80,000 individual lawyers and more than 190 bar associations and law societies spanning over 170 countries".

The conference programme in detail on the official IBA page > https://www.ibanet.org/confere...

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