More than 250 participants from Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia meet today in Lisbon in our 3 day joint summitorganised with CIAT and the Portuguese Tax and Customs Authority.
More than 250 participants from Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia
meet today in Lisbon in our 3 day joint summit
organised with CIAT and the Portuguese Tax and Customs Authority.
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IOTA Executive Secretary Miguel Silva Pinto participated together with Eugenijus Soldatkovas, the Manager of IOTA Work Program in the first meeting of the Council of the Network of Tax Organisations NTO, the global platform of regional tax organisations founded last May in Ottawa.
The Technical Working Group (TWG) for the International Survey on Revenue Administration (ISORA) met for its annual meeting in Paris on 16-18 October, hosted by the OECD. The annual meeting was followed by a one-day brainstorming workshop with the Addis Tax Initiative (ATI), where the ISORA TWG and the representatives for ATI discussed possible common tax administration indicators.
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IOTA’s Executive Secretary, Miguel Silva Pinto delivered a speech in the conference „National Tax Consultation 2018”, organised by the NTCA – The National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary, which was held on 4 October in Budapest.
“IOTA´s internal audit is a success case” was stated in the Conference of the European Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditing (ECIIA)
Madrid has hosted the Conference of the European Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditing (ECIIA) on 3-5 October.
The 12th meeting of IOTA Debt Management Area Group took place on 2-4 October 2018 in Athens, Greece. 38 participants discussed Automation of Tax Debt Management Processes. Area Group members also overviewed the development of the ongoing IOTA Project on “Knowledge database of international (crossborder) insolvency proceedings”.
55 participants from 31 IOTA member countries came to Budapest to discuss a very special and innovative subject: the use of Machine learning methods in tax administrations in IOTA “special interest workshop” on 2-4 October.