The event explores the current debate and possible implications of the OECD's Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plans on transfer pricing for intangibles.
This invite only event will examine the key issues and challenges arising from the OECD's transfer pricing guidelines and the proposed amendments from the perspective of tax authorities, practitioners and multinational enterprises (MNEs). Prior to guidance scheduled to be finalised this year, the event should provide anyone with an interest in intellectual property management an overview and insight in to what is a complex and contentious area.
|16:30-17:00||Registration & Drinks|
|17:00-17:10||Graeme Gordon, Executive/CEO, Praxity|
|17:10-17:25||David Sayers, Partner, Mazaars|
|17:25-17:55||Mark Carnduff, Senior Transfer Pricing and International Advisor, HMRC|
|17:55-18:25||Agostino Nuzzolo, General Counsil, Tax and Compliance Director, Italcementi|
|18:25-18:40||David Haigh, CEO, Brand Finance|
|19:15-21:00||Drinks & Networking|
Mark is HMRC’s Senior transfer Pricing and International Advisor, he has represented the UKs transfer pricing position at OECD and been involved in many strands of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project along with development of the Diverted Profits Tax. Before moving to transfer pricing Mark headed the Corporates team in anti avoidance where he specialised in the corporate intangibles regime and financial instruments. Mark has also been technical advisor for HMRC on a broad range of direct tax subjects. Mark is also CEDR accredited mediator.
Agostino Nuzzolo is General Counsel, Compliance and Tax Director of Italcementi Group. Agostino has a double degree in economics and law and is a qualified lawyer in Italy. He joined the Group in 2006. His main responsibilities are legal and corporate affairs, tax planning (including customs and transfer pricing policies) and corporate governance. Prior to joining Italcementi Group, he served as Senior Officer (Lt. Colonel) of the Guardia di Finanza. He is also a board member in some affiliates of the Group. Together with his professional activity, Agostino is a regular speaker on transfer pricing and international taxation seminars and Adjunct Professor of International Taxation at University of Bologna (Italy).
David is a specialist International Tax Partner. Concentrating on international tax planning for Mazars’ European clients, which include 15% of the FTSE Eurofirst 100 companies, he specialises in transfer pricing, cross border corporate structuring, and mergers and acquisitions.
David lectures on international taxation issues both in the UK and abroad and speaks fluent French. He also sits on the European Branch Committee of the Chartered Institute of Taxation.
David is the Chairman and CEO of Brand Finance Plc – the world’s leading brand valuation consultancy. He has worked in the area of branded business, brand, and intangible asset valuation since 1991. He specialised entirely in the field after becoming the Director of Brand Valuation for Interbrand in 1995. He subsequently left Interbrand in 1996 to launch Brand Finance which is celebrating 25 years in business this year.
David represented the British Standards Institution in the working parties responsible for crafting international industry standards: ISO 10668 on Brand Valuation in 2010 and ISO 20671 on Brand Evaluation in 2019.
David is a passionate writer and has authored many articles on brand valuation, published in numerous marketing and finance newspapers and magazines, such as: Financial Times, Accountancy Age, and Marketing Week. He has also lectured on the topic of brand valuation for Harvard, Chicago, and London Business Schools.
David graduated from Bristol University with an English degree, qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Price Waterhouse in London, and obtained a postgraduate diploma in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM). He is a Fellow of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and has a practising certificate with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).
Graeme is a chartered accountant and prior to joining Praxity was Managing Director and Senior Tutor of Emile Woolf Group, the international training and development firm. He was also previously Group Finance Director of a technology company listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Graeme has extensive international experience including in Europe, Russia, North America, the Far East, the Indian Sub-Continent and the Middle East. Before becoming a chartered accountant Graeme served as an officer in the Royal Navy. He is a member of the Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and formerly twice President of the Thames Valley Chartered Accountants.