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On July 16, 2019 the U.S. Senate voted in favor of ratifying the new Protocol amending the Convention between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Spain for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with Respect to Taxes on Income, and its Protocol signed at Madrid, on February 22, 1990. On August 6, 2019, President Donald Trump signed the instrument of ratification and the new Protocol will enter into force on November 27, 2019.
On this occasion, the Embassy of Spain is organizing a panel to inform about substantial changes to the existing treaty as the new Protocol will provide for exclusive residence-state taxation of interest, royalties, certain capital gains and certain parent-subsidiary dividends; it will mitigate double taxation and tax withholding on companies and will include a mandatory binding arbitration provision to resolve disputes. The new Protocol also provides for the full exchange of information between the competent authorities to facilitate the administration of each country´s tax laws.
09:15 Registration and Networking
Breakfast will be served
09:45 Introduction and Welcome Words
Santiago Cabanas, Ambassador of Spain to the United States
09:50 Invest in Spain
José Luis Kaiser, Chief Economic and Commercial Counselor
10:10 Panel with experts: A new Tax Framework
Roberta Poza – Partner, International Tax, PwC Spain
Carlos Concha – Partner, International Tax, PwC New York
Moderator: Ana Fernández-Daza, Financial Counselor
11:30 End of Event
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Come and join a wide variety of leaders in our community as part of this networking event at a beautiful rooftop bar in the heart of Washington DC.
Admittance is $10 per person. No drinks or food included, they can be purchased separately (happy hour until 7 PM). Space is limited, advanced registration is required. Recommended attire: Business or Business Casual.
The US Spain Executives Community (USEC) is a nonprofit organization. Any net revenue derived from this event will be used to cover fixed expenses (web site, DC registration, etc) and promote activities aligned with our mission.
Come and join a wide variety of leaders in our community as part of this networking event.
Admittance is $25 per person, includes buffet dinner. Drinks not included. Space is limited, advanced registration is required. Recommended attire: Business or Business Casual.
The US Spain Executives Community is a nonprofit organization. Any net revenue derived from this event will be used to cover fixed expenses (web site, DC registration, etc) and promote activities aligned with our mission.
The US Spain Executives Community (USEC) is honored to share the information on this event organized by The Embassy of Spain and PWC
Tax Reform: Implications on International Trade and Investment
Friday, February 23th, at The Embassy of Spain, 2375 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC
9:00 am – 9:30 am Registration and Networking
Breakfast will be served.
9:30 am – 9:40 am Introduction and Welcome Words
9:40 am – 11:00 am Tax Reform
Amparo Mercader – Transfer Pricing Partner, PWC
T.J. Neville – M&A Tax Partner, PWC
Ilene W. Fine – International Tax Director, PWC
Manuel Castro – International Tax Senior Associate, PWC
11:00 am – 11:15 am Q&A
11:15 am – 11:45 am Networking Reception
We will have the opportunity to discuss the changes resulting from the tax reform bill recently passed along with four PWC experts on price transferring, M&A and international taxation. Tax reform of this magnitude will have broad implications – both on businesses and the people behind them. This session will cover the recent legislative federal tax developments involving partnerships, S-corporations, and individuals with special emphasis on its effects on international trade and investment.
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