The future of tax: The profession and tax policy Event as iCalendar

(Faculty of Law events, New Zealand Centre for Law and Business, Seminars)

11 May 2017

4 - 6pm

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The New Zealand Research Centre for Law and Business/Young IFA/and PWC invite you to a seminar/symposium on

The future of tax: the profession and tax policy

Changes in technology are keeping leaders in professional services firms and tax authorities awake at night. What is the future for professionals, advisors, and tax officials? Furthermore, how is our tax system going to respond to changing demographic and societal demands?

This symposium looks at the above two broad issues and seeks to raise the opportunity to discuss how the future looks.

Please register by Monday, 8 May 2017 on lawevents@auckland.ac.nz

When: Thursday, 11 May 2017
Where: Stone Lecture Theatre, Building 801, Level 3, 9 Eden Crescent, Auckland
Time: 4-6pm
Drinks & Nibbles: 6pm, Staff Common Room, Building 801, Level 4, 9 Eden Crescent, Auckland
Registration: RSVP by Friday, 5 May 2017 on lawevents@auckland.ac.nz

 

 

The future of the profession
Introduction Peter Vial New Zealand Country Head, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ)
Current / future developments in tax practice Geof Nightingale Managing Partner of Financial Advisory Services, PwC New Zealand
Panel session Peter Vial, Ben Liu (University of Auckland)
David Carrigan (Inland Revenue)
The future of tax policy
Demographics and intergenerational issues Jeremy Beckham University of Auckland and Young IFA
Tax issues relating to property Polina Belykh Ernst & Young and Young IFA
What really matters in tax to the young generation Sladjana Freakley Inland Revenue and Young IFA
Panel session Elizabeth Elvy (PwC), Geof Nightingale
David Carrigan and Julie Cassidy (University of Auckland)