Join us to discover the latest tax reporting trends - on 20th of November in Geneva and on 21st of November in Zurich - Banking blog


Register and join our event "Fund Tax Reporting Conference" on 20th of November in Geneva and on 21st of November in Zurich.

Why should you attend this event?

Our tax and regulatory experts from across Europe will be presenting recent developments and hot topics with the aim of updating you on the new challenges of the Tax regimes, such as: 

  • Investor tax reporting (Updates in UK, Germany, Austria, Switzerland)
  • Capital Gain Tax (CGT)
  • Tax agency
  • DAC6
  • tax@hand

The presentations will be held in English.

As part of the roadshow, we will be present in the following cities in Europe. Please click on the dates to register:

Luxembourg - 12 November 2019 - register here
Geneva - 20 November 2019 - register here
Zurich - 21 November 2019 - register here
Dublin - 26 November 2019 - register here
London - 27 November 2019 - register here
Paris - 28 January 2020 - register here

Agenda - Geneva, on 20th of November

8:30 am     Registration and welcome coffee

9:00 am     Pan-European tax reporting

11:15 am   Q&A session

Agenda - Zurich, on 21th of November

8:00 am    Registration and welcome coffee

8:30 am    Pan-European tax reporting

10:45 am  Q&A session 

To register and find out more please click here.



André Kuhn - Director, Financial Services Tax

André is a Swiss Certified Tax Expert with more than twelve years of experience in corporate international taxation. He leads the Swiss corporate tax team in Zurich that advises banks, insurance companies and asset managers on Swiss tax matters. As tax responsible for the investment management industry in Switzerland, he also acts as the subject matter expert on all tax aspects of collective investment schemes.



Markus Weber - Partner, Tax

Markus heads the Financial Services Tax practice. He has more than seven years of experience consulting banks, asset manager and investment trusts in domestic and international tax issues. Prior to joining Deloitte, he was the managing director of a fund management company, followed by a role as executive director in the group tax department of a leading Swiss bank, where he was in charge of compliance with U.S. tax regulations.



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