Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes and Administrative Cooperation within the European Union: Taxpayers' Rights, Transparency and Effectiveness
The exchange of information in the field of taxation has become increasingly relevant in the last decade as a tool to improve tax authorities’ ability to deter, detect and disrupt tax evasion and avoidance. The workshop aims to cover the historical development, application, limits (if any), effects on taxpayers’ rights and the necessity and effectiveness of continuously widening the exchange of information requirements, from both tax law and administrative law perspectives within the EU.
Programme on 14 November: Panel I – Concepts and General Principles in the Exchange of Information Procedures
|Opening of the workshop by the organizers
Chair: Dr. Jasper Korving
|Transparency and Foreseeable Relevance by Prof. Dr. Saturnina Moreno Gonzalez
Exchange of Information as a form of Transnational Administrative Law by Prof. Dr. Olivier Dubos and Prof. Mariolina Eliantonio
|Availability and Proportionality in a Digitalized Environment by Dr. Marina Serrat Romaní
|The right to Privacy and Prevention of Self-incrimination by Dr. Filip Debelva
The right to be Heard and other Taxpayer’s rights during the Procedure by Dr. Stefano Dorigo and Ms. Chiara Cinotti LL.M.
Judicial Protection in Exchange of Information Procedures by Ms. Aikaterini Antoniou
Effectiveness of Exchange of Information by Prof. Dr. Ildikó Gáll-Pelcz
|Exchange of Information and Transparency as requirements under the EU Non-Cooperative Jurisdictions listing process by Prof. Dr. Martin Wenz and Dr. Andres Baez Moreno
|End of day 1
Programme on 15 November: Panel II – EU Legislation on Exchange of Information: DAC and its evolution
|Evolution of the Exchange of Information from a Global perspective: The influence of the OECD in the EU legislation by Mag. Stefanie Geringer
|Evolution of the Exchange of Information in the EU and DAC1&2 by Dr. Aikaterini Pantazatou
|DAC3: Advance Cross-border Rulings and Advance Pricing Arrangements by Dr. Alicja Brodzka
DAC4: Country-by-Country Reporting by Dr. Vasiliki Athanasaki
|DAC5: Anti-Money Laundering Information by Dr. Almut Breuer
|DAC6: Reportable Cross-border Arrangements by Dr. Marianne Malmgrén
DAC7: Online Platforms by Prof. Dr. Daniel Smit and Juan Manuel Vazquez LL.M.
DAC8: Crypto-currencies by Prof. Dr. Anne Van de Vijver and Dr. Luisa Scarcella
Discussion and closing remarks
|End of day 2
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