Don’t miss this year’s NA International Tax Conference
New Orleans will be buzzing this autumn. Hot on the heels of Praxity Global Conference on October 16-19 comes the increasingly popular North American International Tax Conference on November 9-11, giving accounting professionals two reasons to visit this wonderfully hospitable city in Louisiana.
The NA International Tax Conference attracts a global audience of tax, accounting, audit and industry professionals.
Now in its 10th year, the event has grown into one of the largest and most respected tax conferences of its kind, attracting some of the world’s leading industry spokespeople and international tax and transfer pricing specialists.
Attendees can expect engaging presentations from world experts, important tax updates, and plenty of opportunities to connect, network and simply have fun.
Our keynote speaker this year is Edward S. Karl, CPA, CGMA is Vice President – Tax Policy and Advocacy for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). In this position, he is responsible for the review, formulation, and submission to Congress, the Treasury Department, and the Internal Revenue Service of technical and policy recommendations for improvement of the federal tax process. Mr. Karl’s staff serves as the principal liaison for the AICPA with the Internal Revenue Service. He is also significantly involved in tax ethical issues including management of the AICPA’s tax standards, the Statements on Standards for Tax Services.
A brand new bootcamp kicks this year’s conference off. Aimed at junior professionals from North American member firms, this information-packed session will introduce the Praxity conference scene. It will include opportunities to network, learn and earn CPE.
There will be regional and country focused presentations as well in-depth analysis and discussion on issues such as:
Advanced transfer pricing
Unlike other Praxity conferences which are designed exclusively for member firms, the NA Tax Conference is open to industry stakeholders, CPAs, and cross-border tax experts. This includes professionals who work with multinational companies and those who deal with cross-border operations or international trade. You may wish to invite your valued clients too.
And when it comes to enjoying the city known as ‘The Big Easy’, delegates will find themselves in the thick of the action, ready to explore New Orleans’ colourful and atmospheric French Quarter and to sample an abundance of jazz, food and culture.