The New UAE Corporate Tax Law Workshop
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Hosted by: Dubai Chamber of Commerce
Event Type: Workshop
About the Event
The UAE issued the Federal Decree-Law No. (47) of 2022 on the Taxation of Corporations and Businesses. The law is a major development for all businesses operating in the UAE.
This workshop will highlight the legislative basis of corporate tax and the implications of the law’s implementation on businesses in the UAE.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with PwC Middle East
The workshop will provide the participants with:
- An overview and the key highlights of the law
- Tips on corporate tax preparation
- Readiness and guidelines for compliance with corporate tax
- The impact of the law on businesses and industries in the UAE
- Exclusions and exemptions
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Dubai Chambers’ Members, Lawyers & Legal Professionals, Business Owners, General Managers, Chief Financial Officers, Tax professionals, Risk & Compliance Professionals, Finance professionals & Accountants, In-house Counsel, Contract Administrators, and anyone interested in gaining knowledge.
PARTICIPATION FEES (EXCLUDING VAT)
- Dubai Chambers’ Member: AED 800/-
- ICC National Committees’ Member: AED 900/-
- Non-Profit Organization: AED 1,000/-
- Non-member: AED 1,200/-
* 10% discount available for groups of three or more
* Discount policy will not be applicable for participants who make payment on the day of event.
For more information, please contact:
Legal Services Department
Tel: +9714 2028 242/243
16 February 2023
8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Dubai Chambers (Main Office)
Camiel Van Der Meij
UAE Corporate Tax Leader - PwC Middle East
Camiel has more than 30 years of experience advising clients on Corporate Tax matters and international tax structuring projects in Western/Central Europe. He specialised in Corporate
Income Tax Advisory in the M&A and Financial Institutions space, and was advisor to a variety of global organisations as well as large family-owned businesses. He has advised on tax aspects
of a multitude of cross border deals, re-organisations, and tax structuring and modelling
projects. Camiel advised the Ukrainian Ministry of Finance (MoF) on revising the Corporate Income Tax Act (through the Good Governance Fund Program of the Department for International Development in the UK) from 2015 to 2018.
UAE Corporate Tax Partner - PwC Middle East
Charles has been providing tax advisory services for over 18 years, and during his career has worked in a number of countries across Europe, America and Asia. He specialises in corporate
and international tax advisory, including transfer pricing advice. Charles’ past projects have included major acquisitions, disposals, mergers, group restructuring, group rationalisation, and
financing structures. He also specialises in aligning business and tax strategy to design and implement optimised operating models.
Director, Transfer Pricing - PwC Middle East
Zeeshan is a Transfer Director in our Middle East Transfer Pricing Practice. He has substantial experience in Transfer Pricing planning work comprising of developing defensible Transfer Pricing models, business restructuring, financial modelling, implementation of Transfer Pricing models, amongst other complex projects.In addition, he has also worked on several Transfer
Pricing compliance projects for large multinational groups, assisting clients with the preparation
of Transfer Pricing documentation reports for compliance purposes in multiple jurisdictions.
Zeeshan has also supported leading multinationals on their tax disputes with tax authorities and the courts.
Nora AL Muhammad
Senior Legal Consultant/Family Business Legal Leader - PwC Legal Middle East
Nora is a Director at PwC Legal Middle and also leads Family Business Legal. PwC Legal is the network legal firm of PwC with a global footprint of over 5,500 legal professionals in 160+
jurisdictions - the largest legal network in the world by geographical coverage. As the largest licensed Big 4 law firm in the region, PwC Legal offers a truly integrated approach to professional
services to our Middle East clients in conjunction with PwC.
Tax Strategy & Digital Partner - PwC Middle East
Jay leads the PWC Digital Tax practice in the Middle East region and is based in Dubai. In this role, he is responsible for leading a team of tax and technology-oriented practitioners as they utilise technology to solve some of the region’s most interesting and material tax problems. Jay has over 20 years of experience assisting some of the largest global organisations (public and
private) in making their tax functions more efficient, automated and streamlined (using a plethora of technology platforms). In the course of his career, Jay has advised many financial institutions in the Middle East region and globally. He has also served as the lead partner for a large global bank (top 10 globally) and assisted them in designing their global tax function.