Tax, Law, and Lobby Conference, now at its 18th edition, is the landmark event for tax and legal professionals in the Romanian industry, that offers a full perspective regarding the latest fiscal and legislation changes that impact the private sector.
Business Review announces the 18th edition of the Tax, Law & Lobby Conference – Focus on Whistleblowing Regulation, its flagship event that offers a full perspective regarding the latest fiscal and legislation changes that impact the private sector. This year’s edition focuses on the particularities of the future legislation regulating whistleblowing activities in Romania and on how local fiscal authorities are dealing with the huge task ahead, helping Romania’s economy and businesses to fight pandemic crisis outcomes.
Recorded LIVE on April 20, 2021, starting with 13:00 (GMT+3).
Legal Track ~ 1:07:34 - 6:32:30 (5 hours 35 minutes)
Romania’s economy did fairly well copping with last year’s challenges. What is to be done to keep up with the challenges ahead as the Coronavirus crisis is still ravaging and which are the projected fiscal measures intended to help struggling sectors to survive throughout 2021.
- Latest issues in digitizing the national fiscal administration;
- E-commerce taxation and alternative online payment platforms as a new revenue source for the state budget;
- Cybersecurity in the new fiscal environment;
- Tax collection updates and fiscal fraud management during the pandemic times;
- The key role of complexity in the tax field.
The new whistleblowing legislation generated an European widespread debate. The two main directions of development are the European one and the American ones, each with its particularities and benefits. What should be the best way to proceed in Romania? We have the arguments from the very people who implemented similar laws in the US and their European counterparts.
Adopting the EU Whistleblowing Directive