GLOBAL TAX REFORM IN THE CONTEXT OF COMMERCIAL SHIPPING STRUCTURES
Tax reform from the EU and OECD has never been so rapid, and this time, shipping while not an explicit target in most cases, is having to change. The effects range from accepting a higher tax charge to changing ship ownership, higher freight taxes, and potentially loosing contracts to companies which have more acceptable structures.
This live and interactive webinar, which is hosted by Maritime London, in cooperation with the UK Department for International Trade and the British Embassy Athens and run as part of the Posidonia Web Forums Week, will examine what the future may hold and strategies to deal with changes.
JAMES BRYCE Deputy Head of Mission and Counsellor, The British Embassy in Greece
JOS STANDERWICK Chief Executive, Maritime London
DAVID EVANS Associate Partner, International Tax and Transaction Services, Ernst & Young LLP
RICHARD STEPHENS Partner in the Tax Group, Watson Farley & Williams LLP