This seminar will address the dynamic relationship between tax regulations, real estate practices, and the growing importance of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) considerations.
With a focus on sustainability, the seminar will explore the impact of tax policies on ESG initiatives within the real estate sector and highlight strategies for aligning financial goals with sustainable development objectives. Attendees will gain valuable insights into tax incentives for environmentally-friendly real estate projects, the taxation of green investments, and the role of ESG reporting and disclosure in tax compliance.
Engaging discussions, case studies, and practical examples will provide participants with actionable knowledge to navigate the evolving landscape of ESG tax regulations and promote responsible real estate practices.
Join us to discover how the intersection of tax, real estate, and ESG can drive positive change and contribute to building a more sustainable future.
- Real Estate
- Tax Law
Building a Sustainable future: Exploring the intersection of tax and real estate
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Welcome address by the AIJA Bureau representative and the Organising Committee
This panel will address tax and real estate law considerations for planning and implementing renewable energy projects. It will discuss how tax and real estate law can faciliate the growth of renewable energy projects, highlighting their importance in shaping a sustainable future.
This panel will focus on unraveling the intricate tax considerations in real estate transactions. We will explore the choices between share deals and asset deals, the challenges of RETT blocker structures, optimal holding locations and discover which approaches maximize tax and other efficiencies while advancing ESG initiatives.
This panel will discuss practical challenges and different approaches for efficent and sustainable real estate investments via funds, with a focus on specific structures and investments through Art. 8, 9 Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) funds.
In this panel we will:
- explore the various tax incentives and credits available to property owners, developers, and investors who prioritize sustainable building practices;
- discuss how these incentives can drive the transformation of the real estate industry towards a greener and more environmentally responsible future;
- gain insights into the legal nuances and strategies for leveraging tax benefits to enhance energy efficiency, reduce operational costs, and meet sustainability goals.
This panel will discuss new models of real estate ownership, especially the use of Blockchain and NFTs, and their practial implications from a legal and tax perspective, including their effects from an ESG perspective.
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Get ready to dive into the world of strategic property acquisitions with our immersive workshop. In this engaging and interactive role play experience, you'll step into the shoes of real estate and tax professionals tasked with evaluating property acquisitions from a tax perspective.
Learn to navigate the intricate web of tax laws and regulations that can make or break a deal. Work collaboratively with fellow participants to analyse real-life case scenarios, negotiate tax-efficient structures, and make informed decisions that maximize ESG targets as well as ROI while minimizing tax liabilities.
This panel will focus on VAT considerations in real estate projects and transactions and will discuss optimization strategies and their impact on their structuring and implementation including from an ESG perspective.
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