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Conference Topics & Speakers - Day 1

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Strategic overview on South African tax

 

Session 1: (1 hour Tax CPD)
The World and South Africa beyond 2014 - The latest scenarios, flags and probabilities,
Clem Sunter

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Session 2: (1 hour Tax CPD)
What impact does the Southern African economic climate have on tax related matters?,
Raymond Parsons, North West University Portchefstroom Business school

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Session 3: (1 hour Tax CPD)
The fiscal outlook for South Africa: challenges and opportunities,
Prof. Chris Evans Professor,School of Taxation and Business Law Australian School of Business

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Session 4: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Where is South Africa going with its tax mix,
Prof. Mathew Lester

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Session 5: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Viewing the legislative process with regards to tax in South Africa and the impact it has on tax payers,
Keith Engel, Partner, EY

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Session 6: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Outlook at SARS - where have we been and where we are going,
Gene Ravele
, SARS

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Conference Topics & Speakers - Day 2

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Tax Administration Act

Session 1: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Comparative tax policy and administration,
Professor Jay K. Rosengard, Director: Financial Sector Programme, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School

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Session 2: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Panel Discussion: A review of the Tax Administration Laws Amendment Act, No. 39 of 2013,
Dr. Beric Croome, Tax Executive, Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs
Prof. Peter Surtees, Tax Consultant, Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa
Nina Keyser, Partner, Webber wentzel
Catinka Smit, Legal and Policy, SARS

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Session 3: (1 hour Tax CPD)
SARS's information-gathering powers under the TAA,
Johan van der Walt, Head: Dispute Resolution and Tax Controversy, KPMG Services

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Session 4: (1 hour Tax CPD)
The challenges of staying compliant with legislation - A Sage overview
Rob Cooper, Legislation, Sage Group

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Session 5: (1 hour Tax CPD)
TAA provisions around penalties and interest,
Christel Brits, Associate Director, EY

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Session 6: (1 hour Tax CPD)
What are the cost implications of compliance?,
Daryl Blakeway, Tax Performance Advisory Director, EY

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Session 7: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Panel Discussion: Challenges and dispute resolution as per TAA,
Ernest Mazansky, Director, Werksmans Tax
Johan van der Walt, Head: Dispute Resolution and Tax Controversy, KPMG Services
Patricia Williams, Head: Dispute Resolution and Tax Controversy Management, Deloitte and Touche
Catinka Smit, Legal and Policy, SARS
Wayne Broughton, Legal andm Policy, SARS

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Session 8: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Feedback From the Davis Commission on tax,
Judge Dennis Davis, Chair, Davis Committee

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Conference Topics & Speakers - Day 3

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Morning Session

 

Session 1: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Work that have been done over the years at the Australian Tax Office (ATO) to transform it into a leading Revenue Authority,
Micheal D'Ascenzo, Former Commissioner of Taxation, Australian Tax Office (ATO)

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Session 2: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Income tax Return: ensuring compliance
Marius Bothma, Head Of South African Operations: Tax & Accounting Thomson Reuters

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Session 3: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Update on the new Ombuds Office
Adv. Eric Mkhawane, Chief Executive Officer, Tax Ombud

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Session 4: (1 hour Tax CPD)
The Role of Tax administrators in the ever changing tax environment
Patrick Zimba Mawire, Senior Tax Manager - International Operations Middle East, Africa

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Minning Stream

Session 1: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Update on the latest development in Mining Tax,
Corlie Hazell, Partner, EY

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Session 2: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Panel Discussion: Current trends in the lag and legal Environment impacting mining
Ben Schoeman Geldenhuys , Director, KPMG South Africa
Henry Nysschens,Head of Tax Africa, GlencoreXstrata
Michael Benetello, Director, PWC

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Session 3: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Some anomalies and unintended consequences of the Mining Royalty and Taxation regime
Adv. Leon J Bekker, Maisels Group

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Session 4
Analysing the relevance of carbon emissions accounting, reporting and disclosure to the mining sector,
Dr. Marco Lotz, Sustainability Carbon Specialist, Nedbank
Jayne Mammatt, Director, PwC

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Corporate Tax Stream

Session 1: (1 hour Tax CPD)
An update of the tax deductibility of interest expenditure in leveraged acquisitions and financing transactions where there is a controlling relationship,
Dale Cridlan, Director, Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa

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Session 2: (1 hour Tax CPD)
VAT implications on corporates,
Di Seccombe, National Head: Tax Training and Seminars, Mazars

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Session 3: (1 hour Tax CPD)
The new tax rules relating to hybrid debt instruments,
Andrew Wellsted, Head of Tax, Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa

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Session 4: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Indirect tax: complexities and methodologies,
Lwandile Makaula, Chief Advisor: Group Tax, Eskom Holdings

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Session 5: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Practical issues on corporate restructuring,
Dawid van der Berg, Head of Corporate Tax Consulting, BDO

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Session 6: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Tax implications on SMMEs,
Prof. Jackie Arendse

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Academic Stream

Session 1:
SATEA : the year ahead ,
Prof Madeleine Stiglingh, Charman, SATEA

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Session 2:
Behavioral and Archival Tax Research - ,
Prof. Andrew D Cuccia, President, American Tax Association

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Session 3:
Experimental Tax Design,
Prof. Cecile Bazart, Assistant Professor, University Of MOntpellier, France

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Session 4:
ITax Risk Management ,
Marcus Botha, Senior Manager, PWC

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Session 5:
Panel Discussion: Journey to becoming a tax scholar ,
Prof Andrew D Cuccia, President, American Tax Association
Prof Cecile Bazart, Assistant Professor, University of Montpellier, France
Prof Jay K Rosengard, Director:Financial Sector Programme, ash
Center for democratic Governance and innovation, Havard Kennedy, School

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Conference Topics & Speakers - Day 4

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Morning Session

Session 1: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Combating Base Erosion and Profit Shifting: An update on the G20-OECD project and the implications for developing countries
Richard Parry, Head of division: Centre for Tax Policy and Administrator/Global Relations, OECD

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International Tax Stream

Session 1: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Sustainable tax Governance in developing countries through global tax transparency
Prof. Jennifer Roeveld, Head Taxation: Department of Finance and tax, University of Cape Town

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Session 2: (1 hour Tax CPD)
The BEPS report - what is Africa doing about what the report said?
Alvin Mosioma, Executive Director, Tax Justice Network-Africa (Kenya)
Kyle Mandy, Tax Technical Partner & Tax Policy Leader for SA, PwC
Richard Parry, Head of Division: Centre for Tax Policy and Administrator/Global Relations, OECD
Kennedy Onyonyi, Director: institutional Development and Capacity Building, Africa Tax Administration Forum
Dr. Nara Monkam, Director: Research, Africa Tax Administration Forum
Nishana Gosai, Large Business Centre, SARS

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Session 3: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Workshop: Transfer pricing & withholding taxes
Carla van der Merwe, Associate Director, Deloitte
Billy Joubert, Director, Deloitte

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Session 4: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Key Issues relating to controlled foreign companies
Anne Bennette  Business Unit Head: Tax, Webber Wentzel

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Session 5: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Tax Challenges for the digital economy in the new era
Madalina Cotrut,  Principal Research Associate, IBDF's Europe Knowledge Group

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Personal Income Tax Stream

Session 1: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Recent tax developments affecting individuals
Prof. Jackie Arendse

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Session 2: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Highlighting issues tax payers face in order to be compliant in respect of mobile employees
Jaco la Grange, Associate Director, Deloitte Tax

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Session 3: (1 hour Tax CPD)
VAT and Corporate Tax: Operational and administrative difficulties experienced by taxpayers and proposal for law amendments
Victor Terblanche, VAT Director, VATit
Graham walker, Head: Corporate tax Division, VATitADD a division of VATit SA
Lesley O'Connell, Legal and Policy, SARS
Narcizio Makwakwa, Operational Service Escalation, SARS

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Session 4: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Tax Law changes impacting employee remuneration and benefits, remuneration structuring and employee pay practice
Jerry Botha, Director, Tax Consulting

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Session 5
Promotion of Small and Medium business through tax incentives
Veli Ntombela, Director Tax, Sizwe Ntsaluba Gobodo

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Session 6: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Employment Tax Incentives
Mark Kingon, Operations, Sars

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Conference Topics & Speakers - Day 5

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Tax Risk Management

Session 1: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Tax - the new global priority,
Daryl Blakeaway,Tax Performance Advisory Director, EY

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Session 2: (1 hour Tax CPD)
Exploring the benefits of a tax risk management strategy,
Graeme Saggers, Tax Director, Nolands Advisory Services Africa

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Session 3 (1 hour Tax CPD)
PwC workshop session,
Marcus Botha, Senior Manager, PwC

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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.

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