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2015 Tax Indaba Day 5 DVD
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DAY 5

STREAM ONE: TAX RISK MANAGEMENT


  Why governance is topical for boards

Ansie Ramalho, King IV Project Lead, Institute of Directors


  Forms of potential governance failure

Daryl Blakeway, Tax Performance Advisory, EY


  Tax risk management: it’s imperative and not a ‘nice to have’

Alan Field, Managing Partner, KPMG


 

A conceptual framework for tax risk management

Joubert Botha, Director: Tax Management Services, KPMG


  Data analytics and technology as enablers for tax risk management

Madelein van Zyl, Director: Tax Processing and Technology, KPMG


  Panel discussion: an overview of tax risk management

Moderator: Johan van der Walt, Head: Dispute Resolution & Tax Controversy, KPMG
Panellists:
Ine-lize Terblanche, Tax Risk Management, Vodacom
George Trollope, Vice President Tax, Sasol
Dr Len Konar, Chairman, Exxaro Resources Limited
Tosca Dos Santos, Tax Executive, Telkom
Ray Eskinazi, Taxation Consultant Corporate Tax, AngloGold Ashanti


DAY 5

STREAM TWO: TAX ADMINISTRATION ACT

     

  Opening address

Adv. Eric Mkhawane, CEO, Tax Ombud


  New tax dispute resolution

Nina Keyser, Partner, Webber Wentzel


  The taxpayer’s right to prescription and S46 of the TAA

Roula Hadjipaschalis, Director Corporate Tax, Dispute Resolution and Controversy, KPMG


 

Constitutional control of tax administration: dispelling some prevalent myths

Gilbert Marcus, Senior Counsel, Thulamela Chambers


  Recent trends in tax administration and systematic issues that have arisen in resolving tax disputes

Tammy Arendse, Manager: Tax Dispute Resolution & Controversy Management, Deloitte


  OECD work on BEPS Action Point 14 on dispute resolution

Ibikunle Olatunji Senior Manager PwC


  Panel discussion: the financial service provider’s role in tax enforcement (the rising cost of tax compliance)

Lucia Hlongwane, Head of Tax, Barclays Africa Group
Gary Eaves, Head of Tax South Africa and Other Emerging Markets, Old Mutual
Mardelle Kelbrick, Head Group Tax, Standard Bank
Cobus Viljoen, Tax Manager, Investec


  Bridging the gap: the challenges

Bernard Agulhas, ITBA


  Bridging the gap: the challenges

Eddie Broomberg SC, Stonehage




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