Indirect Tax

Impact Of CJEU Judgments On The Cost Sharing Exemption


Impact Of CJEU Judgments On The Cost Sharing Exemption
25 September 2017, 12.00 BST, 13.00 CEST
Host: Richard Insole
Presenters: Ben Powell, Charlotte Degadt, Tomas Papousek, David Walters, Johann van der Paal, Richard McDaid

On 21 September 2017, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) will be publishing its judgments in three key cases concerning the applicability of the Cost Sharing Exemption (CSE): DNB Banka, Aviva and EC v Germany. What impact will this have on the CSE and what does it mean for your organisation?

We'll discuss:

  • Whether there is an interaction with the EC v Luxembourg CJEU judgment.
  • What the specific impact could be in the Financial Services and Insurance industry and in the Public Sector.
  • Whether the judgments will enable businesses or organisations to consider implementing cost sharing.
  • Whether existing cost sharing models are at risk as a result of the CJEU’s judgments.
  • The potential interpretations by the tax authorities in key jurisdictions.
  • What the future of the CSE might be and whether further litigation or changes to the law could be expected

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