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'The MLI to prevent BEPS. What's behind the acronyms', by José María Remacha, academic collaborator

21/09/2017 (dd/mm/yyyy) | Barcelona

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ESADE Alumni invites you another interesting talk in its Law Refresher Programme,
''The MLI to prevent BEPS. What’s behind the acronyms. A guide to understanding the Multilateral Instrument'' by José María Remacha, academic collaborator in the Law Department.

The Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (''Multilateral Instrument'' or ''MLI'') signed on June 7 2017 in Paris is a historic milestone in international relations. José María Remacha’s talk will provide a hands-on and enjoyable insight into this new instrument produced in response to base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS), and then examine key aspects of the convention including:

- Date of entry into force.
- Key articles.
- Incorporation of BEPS measures into existing double taxation agreements.
- Spain’s stance on each measure in the convention.

In short, this talk is a must for understanding the latest BEPS legislation.

Each member may bring a maximum of one guest.

See you there!

How to get to ESADE:

Public transport: Bus (22, 64, 78, 63 and 75), Metro (L3 Maria Cristina) and FGC (L6 Reina Elisenda).
Car: NEW municipal parking B: SM in c / Marqués de Mulhacen, 51.

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