MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF TAX COMPETITION
IN COLLABORATION WITH THE 15TH SESSION OF THE COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS ON INTERNATIONAL TAX COOPERATION
TaxCOOP organized its third conference to discuss competition and tax cooperation, in collaboration with the 15th session of the United Nations Committee of Experts on International Cooperation in Tax Matters. It was held at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva.
GREAT DEBATE 2017
The question addressed during this great debate was as follows:
Is tax transparency an effective solution?
Michael Lennard Head Chief, International Cooperation Section, Financing for Development Office, United Nations
Dominic Belley Partner and Head of the Canadian Tax Practice Group, Norton Rose Fulbright
Louise Otis International Administrative Judge and Arbitrator; Assistant Professor, McGill University
Manuel Montes Senior Tax Advisor, The South Center
Jay K. Rosengard Professor, Harvard Kennedy School
TAXCOOP2017 NEXT GENERATION FORUM
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF TAX PROFESSIONALS TO EXPRESS ITSELF ON TAX ETHICS
The media coverage of tax evasion, tax avoidance and aggressive tax planning in recent years demonstrates the need for new avenues and comprehensive solutions to address these problematic issues. TaxCOOP provides a platform for upcoming tax specialists with the TaxCOOP2017 Next Generation Forum.
Geneviève Mottard -00:45-5:19
Adam Koniuszweski– 5:20- 11:25
Marie-Thérèse Dugas– 11 :50-18 :30
Caroline Macfarland– 18 :35- 31 :40
Chiedza Museredza – 32:00-39:10
Carlie Weinreb– 39:10-43:45
Christophe Stuecklberger– 44:15- 51:50
Louise Otis – 53 :00 -59 :50
Manuel Montes-1 :03 :00
CODE OF ETHICS IN TAXATION, STUDENT CONTEST
Tax students from several countries have proposed tax codes of ethics.
A neutral jury made up of Nathalie Cossette, tax specialist, Marie-Thérèse Dugas, tax specialist and assistant professor at the University of Sherbrooke, René Villemure, ethicist, Sophie Gagnon, expert in taxation and ethics and Annick Lepage, expert in public administration, have selected the most outstanding codes proposed, which are available for download.
Congratulations to the winners: Rahma Marouf, Olivier Maltais and the team of Sanaa Elhariri and Amir Khalili, for their work and remarkable ideas.