Half day Seminar on Cross Border Tax & Trade

Half day Seminar on Cross Border Tax & Trade

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The recent few years have stood witness to changes, both unanticipated and significant, in terms of the economic turmoil and changing paradigm. Operating in different geographies is no longer just a next step in the growth phase of a business but also a must from a supply-chain diversification and risk hedging point of view. While businesses grapple with geopolitical and economic dynamics, it is equally important to keep the tax and other operating considerations in mind to avoid unpleasant surprises. This half day seminar aims to give the participants a quick snapshot of some key developments on this front, both in India and outside.

Global events in the recent four years have permanently changed the destiny of world trade. As the world resets to a new world order where the big is no longer infallible, new treaties and business pacts are emerging to shape world trade. The tax function has an important role to play in ensuring business seize these opportunities. As India moves forward with an aim for Vikshit Bharat, is our tax administration headed in the right way dispensing justice to investors as a super power? The first session will explore the discernible trends from India’s tax rulings and positions taken at Supreme Courts and how does the finance function aim to reduce uncertainties and unlock business value and earn faith of investors and stakeholders.

Cross border payments by Indian entities and related withholding tax aspects is an area the tax function can never lose sight of. The Indian jurisprudence on the matter continues to develop. In the second session, we aim to cover some nuances that the tax team needs to be mindful of while evaluating tax considerations for outward remittances.

Speakers :

Mr. Arvind Srivatsan, India Tax Leader, Nangia Andersen LLP

1.Landmark income-tax rulings of 2023, intuitively looking forward with an aim to put the Future of the tax function on ‘Auto Pilot’;

2. Understanding key tax & regulatory developments in our friendly neighbourhood and what they mean for Indian corporates. Getting familiar with recent key tax notifications in Saudi Arabia, UAE & Mauritius.

3. Understanding key principles behind India’s New FTA and changing dynamics with countries in LATAM like Mexico & Brazil.

Ms. Aparna Khatri, Chartered Accountant

Key insights from recent court rulings on pertinent TDS matters, including:

1. Availability of Treaty benefits: adequacy of Tax Residency Certificate.

2. Treaty clauses pertaining Most Favoured Nation, non- discrimination, etc.

3. Taxability of some typical payments: for tangible/ intangible goods/ services.

B. Significant developments on procedural aspects relevant for tax treaty application

Participation Fee :

Members Rs. 1,475 + 18% GST
Non-Members Rs. 1,770 + 18% GST
Bank Details for NEFT
Account No. 10996680930
Bank Name State Bank of India
Branch Address Mumbai Main Branch

Cheque /Demand Draft should be drawn in favor of “BOMBAY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY”

Contact Details :

Mr. Ganesh R.
Email : ganesh.r@bombaychamber.com
Tel : +91 22 6120 0218

Additional Details

Event Fees Type - Paid Event

Event or Seminar - workshop


Date And Time

May 31, 2024 10:30 AM to
May 31, 2024 01:00 PM

Registration End Date

May 30, 2024
Paid Event


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