EFS is a collaboration of the tax departments of Erasmus School of Law and Erasmus School of Economics of Erasmus University Rotterdam.
EFS has been a leading education and research institute in the areas of international taxation and European taxation for over 25 years.
The work of EFS concentrates on the operation of both indirect taxes, covering VAT and customs duties, and direct taxes, focusing on individual taxation, corporate taxation and source taxation in an international and/or European context.
On Thursday, 6 October 2016 EFS is organising the seminar ‘Tax abuse: Aligning EU concepts with Netherlands taxation’. This seminar (in Dutch and free of charge) will focus on international tax abuse, one of today’s most challenging topics in direct and indirect taxation and customs. Speakers include Professor Peter Kavelaars (Erasmus School of Economics; University of Curacao; partner at Deloitte), Professor Luc de Broe (KU Leuven; partner at Laga), Professor Ad van Doesum (Maastricht University; tax adviser at PwC) and Professor Reinout Kok (Erasmus School of Law; partner at EY).
You are very welcome to attend (3 PE points). Click here for more information about the EFS-seminar (in Dutch).
The next EFS Post-Master in Indirect Taxes (in Dutch) starts on Tuesday, 6 September 2016. The programme comprises weekly afternoon and evening sessions (completion date: 29 November 2016), focusing on day-to-day practice and covering all the latest issues in VAT, including developments in tax liability, place of supply, taxable amount and deduction of input VAT. Various issues from day-to-day practice will be examined from a perspective integrating aspects of EU law and national tax practice. The primary focus will be on EU law, with all sessions including plenty of opportunity for discussions and questions. Click here for more information about the Post-Master in Indirect Taxes.
In the autumn of 2016 EFS organises the next edition of the English language programme on EU Customs Law. The programme is held in two modules of one week each, the first of which starts on 3 October 2016 and the second on 21 November 2016. The first module will discuss general issues within EU customs law. The second module will focus on in-depth training in strategic and business issues in customs. This programme introduces you to the Union Customs Code and provides detailed and up-to-date knowledge on general issues within EU customs law, as wel as in-depth training in strategic and business issues in customs. Click here for more information about the Post-Master in EU Customs Law.
In the spring of 2017 EFS organises the next edition of the Dutch language programme on Direct Taxation.
The programme is held in two modules of one week each. The first module will discuss the tax implications of doing business, investing and working cross-border. The second module focuses on issues relating to aggressive tax planning, the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project of the OECD, and its implementation within the EU. Interested parties are invited to participate in either one or both programme modules. Click here for more information about the Post-Master International and European Tax Law.
EFS will also be arranging various specialised tax courses over the coming months. Interested? You will find an overview of all our activities in the newsletter.
Module 1, Monday 3 – Friday 7 October 2016
Module 2, Monday 21 – Friday 25 November 2016
September 2016 – November 2016, every Tuesday (14:00 – 21:00)