eCommerce – Goods and Marketplaces - Session 2
Date: 1st December 2021
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The eCommerce – goods and marketplaces virtual event will cover VAT, GST and Sales and Use Tax related issues when goods are bought and sold using the internet.
This session will focus on the global complexity of indirect taxes and ecommerce, focusing on the flow of goods and use of marketplace facilitators. It will do so providing information about indirect tax compliance requirements globally and steps that can be taken to minimise indirect tax administration and exposure.
- Focus on the global complexity of indirect taxes and ecommerce, focusing on the flow of goods and use of marketplace facilitators.
- Provide information about indirect tax compliance requirements globally and steps that can be taken to minimise indirect tax administration and exposure.
Luigi Lungarella – Director – Indirect Tax (PKF Littlejohn – London (UK))
Luigi has over 20 years' experience of indirect taxation, having previously worked as an indirect tax consultant for two Big 4 firms and a privately-owned group specialising in property investment and fund management, principal investments and financial services. Luigi chairs the Indirect Taxes pillar within the PKF network, is a member of the PKF International Tax Committee and a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) indirect tax committee.
Stephen Dale (Hedeos – Paris (FR))
Stephen has worked in French taxation for some 30 years, having previously worked with PwC in the UK and in France (1976-2017). He now works for French law firm Hedeos. He is president of the International VAT Association, member of the EU Commission’s VAT Expert Group and is a founding board member of both the Association de la Pratique de la TVA européenne (APTE) and the Association des Représentants Fiscaux français and a member of the OECD’s TAG on consumption taxes. Stephen lectures at three French universities on indirect and UK taxation.
Ibrahim Ahmed - VAT Manager (PKF Wallast - Netherlands)
Ibrahim supports and advises businesses of all sizes on a wide range of indirect tax-related matters and has experience with the implementation and adaptation of a Tax Control Framework.
Ibrahim regularly writes articles on various topics. He also is a lecturer (Turnover Tax) at the University of Amsterdam and a member of, among others, the Dutch Association of Tax Advisers (NOB).