ADIT is an internationally recognised qualification awarded by the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) that sets a global benchmark in international tax expertise. It is suitable for all professionals who want to gain more confidence in international tax knowledge and skills and need to understand various taxation systems.
Training course content:
Principles of International Taxation
This paper is based on the OECD Model Convention, and is compulsory for all candidates. The focus is on key issues such as Principles of International Tax Law, Residence, Double Taxation Conventions and Treaty interpretation, transfer pricing, the work of the OECD and international tax avoidance
Advanced International Taxation: Transfer Pricing option
This paper covers the fundamentals of transfer pricing based on the OECD model. The paper will focus on transfer pricing methods, the arm’s length principle, comparability, compliance issues and avoiding double taxation and dispute resolution.
Advanced International Taxation: EU VAT option
This paper examines the European Union Law on Value Added Tax (VAT) which governs the VAT system in all Member States. The paper includes the fundamental concepts of EU Law, the provisions of the Principal VAT Directive and other EU VAT legislation, and the application of EU Law by the Court of Justice in decided case.
|Course fee (per Paper)|
|Standard Registration||1750 EUR + VAT|
|Register by 31 January 2022 for early bird rates||1 550 EUR + VAT|
Course fee includes:
James Ryan AITI, CTA, ADIT, BA (Hons.) is a Chartered Tax Advisor and a member of the Irish Tax Institute. He also holds the specialised Advanced Diploma in International Taxation from the Chartered Institute of Taxation (UK).
James has broad experience in advising personal and corporate clients in business and finance, has developed strong business and advisory relationships within the Banking, Legal, Pensions and Financial Industries. His background in financial services combined with his tax expertise gives him a holistic understanding of the interchange between finance planning and tax.
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