Budapest was the venue for IAPA-Europe’s recent European Fly-In/Fly-Out Seminar, this time focusing on OECD BEPS Action Plans, transfer pricing issues, chain transactions and foreign direct investment trends.
30 delegates from 13 firms converged at the Budapest Airport Hotel on Friday 18 September for a day’s interactive discussions on the themes “OECD BEPS Action Plans”, “Chain Transactions, VAT Registration Liability” and “Foreign Direct Investment Trends in Europe”. Representing 8 countries, delegates were able to debate over BEPS Project, exchange ideas from their different national perspectives, learn about how to handle best the risk associated with intercompany transactions, have an insight into new international interpretations of chain transactions and determination of place of supply, moreover, discuss what the driving forces are behind recent investment trends.
After a day of interesting discussion, delegates headed into Budapest for a walking tour along River Danube from the Parliament Building crossing over the old Chain Bridge into the Castle Hill area. The delegates had plenty of opportunities to taste famous Hungarian wines during the group dinner and a Wine Bar afterwards rounding off the official programme.
Many thanks to IAPA’s commercial associate, Fekete Law Firm for hosting this productive event.