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DAY 1

TAX POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION


  Parliament’s role in the tax legislative process and lessons learnt

Whip Hon Des van Rooyen


  Keynote address

Judge Bernard Ngoepe, Tax Ombud


 

  Davis Commission overview

Judge Dennis Davis


 

Political scandals and corruption: what is the impact on taxpayer morale?

David Hartnett, Former Permanent Secretary for Tax in HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), United Kingdom


  Keynote address

Prof. Mervyn King

  Fiscal direction from a Treasury perspective

Michael Sachs, DDG: Budget Office, National Treasury


  Panel Discussion: relationships beyond the advisory

Hilary Joffe, Editor at Large, Business Day
Gugulethu Cele, Anchor, CNBC Africa
Ryk van Niekerk, Editor, Moneyweb
Michael Avery, Anchor, Classic Business


  Panel discussion: discussion by company tax directors on the use of advisory services

Karl Muller, Tax Director, Unilever
Dr Thabo Legwaila, Head of Tax: Africa, Citi Bank; Professor of Tax Law, University of Johannesburg
Henry Nysschens, Executive Head of Tax, Glencore Xstrata


  Fiscal options and constraints

Dr Matthew Stern, Managing Director, DNA Economics



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