- Thursday 30 Mar 2023, 19:00 - 21:00
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Every year, the EU Member States lose only 50 billion euros due to VAT fraud. Dealing with this fraud is high on the agenda, whereby not only malicious entrepreneurs are tackled, but also entrepreneurs are disadvantaged by measurements. John Gruson will explain more about this topic.
Martijn Schippers will conclude this masterclass with Trade Politics. Trade policy developments in recent years have made headlines in the media. Think of Brexit, trade policy measures taken by the former Trump administration and the tense relationship between China and the West. Fiscal sustainability initiatives and the taxation of the digital economy also seem to have an increasing influence on trade policy. Martijn provides insight into trends and discusses the consequences of customs law in more detail.
More about Gruson
ohn works within Deloitte's Indirect Tax team and is part of the Indirect Tax Knowledge Centre. As a Specialist Master, he assists and advises his colleagues and clients on the latest developments in the field of Indirect Taxes.
John is currently also a lecturer at the Erasmus School of Economics and an external PhD candidate at Erasmus School of Law, where he researches the role of soft law in EU VAT legislation.
L. Schippers (1990) is Assistant Professor specialized in EU Customs Law, programme coordinator of the prestigious Post-Master in EU Customs Law of EFS, Erasmus University Rotterdam and member of EY's Global Trade & Customs team.
He obtained an LL.M Tax Law and an LL.M Corporate Law at the Erasmus School of Law in 2014 and a Post-Master EU Customs Law in 2016 at EFS, Erasmus University Rotterdam. In 2021 he obtained his PhD on customs valuation in a globalized world at Erasmus School of Law.
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