9-14 April 2018, Moscow
Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation


9-14 April 2018, Moscow

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Dear participants!

Pay your attention that the online-registration will close on April 4, 2018 at 18:00 (Moscow time).

Online registration is compulsory for attending Russian International Taxation Week due to strict access regulations of the Financial University.

About Conference

RUSSIAN INTERNATIONAL TAXATION WEEK is an annual event bringing together Russian and foreign experts on international taxation (representatives of state authorities, consultants, practitioners, academicians).

Goal/Objective: the establishment of a regular broad platform for communication of professionals in the field of international taxation on the basis of Russian IFA Branch, the consolidation of the Financial University as a leader in the study of international taxation in Russia and the countries of the former USSR and teaching it, the promotion of the master's program "International Tax Planning" and other tax programs of the University

Organizers: Russian IFA Branch, Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, EEC, Financial Department of Moscow.

Invited Speakers: representatives from Federal Tax Service of Russia, Ministry of Finance of Russia, EEC, OECD, Russian IFA Branch, IFA, IBFD, members of Russia IFA Branch, IFA, Big Four, Russian and foreign consulting and law firms, Russian and foreign scholars in the field of international taxation, Chamber of Tax Consultants, the FRI, the Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy, Financial Department of Moscow.


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