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STEP South Africa Conference 2016

STEP South Africa Conference - registration now open Local delegate rate available!

After two exceptional conferences in Johannesburg, the upcoming South Africa Conference will take place in the vibrant heart of Cape Town. With an agenda focusing on advising families in the new Africa, this event on 4-5 April 2016 will provide you with an exceptional two days of topical, in-depth content from leading industry experts.

As well as an informative two days of learning and discussion, this Conference provides an excellent platform for developing your business with a vibrant social agenda enabling you to network with your fellow delegates in a five star setting

Praise for the last conference:

"Undoubtedly the best STEP Conference I have attended in 11 years of membership. Totally relevant in all sectors."

Richard Wilson TEP, Director, Intercontinental Trust Pte Ltd, Singapore

Discounted rates available for local delegates!



Click here to register



Topics include: Expert speakers include:
 
  • The protection of taxpayers' rights
  • Cross border planning with Namibia - the benefits of moving to a source based tax system
  • Doing business in Africa
  • Funding offshore trusts - tax considerations
  • The new European succession regulations
  • The  Van Zyl vs  Kayejudgement
  • Practical war stories on trusts
  • Southern Africa - the economic report card and prospects for the future

    Plus panel discussions:

    Automatic information exchange

    South Africa: A place in the sun for retirees
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Estate Duty and trusts in South Africa - the future prognosis?
The Honourable Judge Dennis Davis, South Africa

Celia Baker
ENSAfrica, South Africa

Jeff Blackbeard
Moore Stephens, South Africa

Dr Beric Croome TEP
ENSAfrica, South Africa

Dan Foster TEP
Webber Wentzel, South Africa

Louis Niemand
Investec Asset Management,South Africa 

Richard Pease TEP
Consultant, Switzerland

Prof. Willie Van der Westhuizen TEP
Millers Attorneys, South Africa
 


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WHY REGISTER WITH SAIT?

Section 240A of the Tax Administration Act, 2011 (as amended) requires that all tax practitioners register with a recognized controlling body before 1 July 2013. It is a criminal offense to not register with both a recognized controlling body and SARS.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS TO REGISTER

The Act requires that a minimum academic and practical requirments be set to register with a controlling body. Click here for the minimum requirements of SAIT.

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