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Tax aspects of private equity and venture capital
The Annual Tax Conference 2023 will take place in beautiful Bergen, Norway. Bergen is the gateway to the Fjords of Norway. As a UNESCO World Heritage City and a European City of Culture, it offers the ideal combination of nature, culture and exciting urban life all year around.
The overall topic for this tax conference will be taxation in the private equity and venture capital industry. The main issues will be addressed through three different focal points exploring the fiscal pitfalls and opportunities for different actors and drivers in the industry:
- Key management and business angels,
- M&A transactions and venture investments, and
- Tax efficient investment structures.
The sessions will seek to address the relevant tax aspects for the different types of taxpayers involved, ranging from private clients to larger multinational corporations (carried interest, withholding taxes, succession planning aspects and latest development such as Pillar II and the EU Unshell Directive).
Optional dinner at Hotel Norge
- Barry McGettrick, Matheson, Ireland
- Matthias Fucik, PHH, Austria
- Zoya Gyurova, Strik, Netherlands
- Yves Phillippart de Foy, Arendt & Medernach, Luxembourg
- Agung Wardana, Vistra, Singapore
- Jose Aguilar Shea, Squire Patton Boggs, Spain
- Bernd Tiebout, Sansen, Belgium
- Peter van Velthoven, Van Doorne, Netherlands
- James Bromley, Farrer, United Kingdom
- Luis Castilho, Belim Castilho, Portugal
- Pearse Walshe, Matheson, Ireland
- Christian Carneborn, Marsh, Sweden
- Stéphanie Ernould, Ernould Avocats, France
- Clemens Willvonseder, Binder Grösswang, Austria
- José Calejo Guerra, CCSL Advogados, Portugal
- Michael Gauci, Corrieri Cilia, Malta
- David Karl Jandrasits, Schwärzler Rechtsanwälte, Liechtenstein
- Marco Masi, Foglia & Partners, Italy
- Diego Vindel, Cuatrecasas, Spain
- Vilma Piipponen, Krogerus, Finland
- Severiano Ortiz, Kozusco Harris Duncan, USA
- Charles S. Duro, Duro Partners, Luxembourg
- Céline Martin, Riedweg & Partner, Switzerland
- Clément Riccio, Sumerson, France
- Eva Stadler, Wolf Theiss, Austria
- Marcel Ceren, Sumerson, France
- Wouter Strypsteen, Cazimir, Belgium
- Blanca Vicens, Gómez-Acebo & Pombo, Spain
(Opposite of the Radisson Blu Hotel and Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret)
- Esteban Aguirre Saravia, Aguirre Saravia & Gebhardt Abogados, Argentina
- Natalie Rödlach, Schwärzler, Liechtenstein
- Catarina Belim, Belim Castilho, Portugal
- Lars Gläser, Glaeser Law, Austria
- Jorge López López, Sánchez Devanny, Mexico
- Andrew de Vries, Van Campen Liem, Netherlands
- Sara Soares, Abreu Advogdaos, Portugal
- Peter Moldt Mortensen, Accura, Denmark
- Gregory Goossens, Taxpatria, Belgium
- Ivan Manev, Dimitrov, Petrov & Co., Bulgaria
- Sílvia Niubó Vidal, Cuatrecasas, Spain
- Peter von Burg, Burckhardt, Switzerland
- Inga Zillmer, Inga Zillmer Tax Law, Germany
Optional activity: guided tour of Bergen
- Departure from hotel for cable car: 18:15
- Dinner: 19:00 - 23:00
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The seminar will be taking place at Hotel Norge and we have negotiated special rates for the participants of the seminar.
Standard room, single occupancy: 2197 NOK
The rate is the price per night and is inclusive of the breakfast.
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