San José, Costa Rica
CIAT/ITC/IDB Workshop on “International Taxation”
Following the CIAT 2017 Technical Conference, a one-day workshop on “International Taxation” will be held in San José, Costa Rica. The Workshop is co-organized by the ITC, the Inter-American Center of Tax Administrations (CIAT) and the Inter-American Development Bank.Read more
The workshop will focus on topics such as the global initiative on transparency and exchange of information or the Ultimate Beneficiary Ownership (UBO) and the main differences between the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) standards and the OECD Global Forum standard.
Global DRM Calendar
14–16 June 2017 – ITC/ATI Tax and Development Conference
The conference brought together representatives from partner countries and development partners as well as experts, academics and civil society representatives. It gave all stakeholders an opportunity to connect to each other as well as to present their country/organisation and articulate their respective needs and perspectives.
13 October 2016 – First Meeting of Tax Administration Networks
Subsequent to the CIAT Technology Meeting in Miami, regional tax networks came together to kick-off an enhanced cooperation amongst them. Tax networks secretariats representatives discussed how effectiveness and efficiency can be improved by collaborating and sharing information.
11 October 2016 – ITC Parallel Session “Information Technology in Tax Administration in Developing Countries”
During the CIAT Technology Meeting 2016, which was co-hosted by the ITC, the ITC held a parallel session on “Information Technology in Tax Administration in Developing Countries” featuring the presentation of the ITC/KfW study of the same name and followed by group discussions.
29 April 2016 – CIAT/ITC/WB Workshop “Ethics in the Tax Administration”
Mexico City, Mexico
On 29 April 2016, following the 50th CIAT General Assembly, a one-day workshop on “Ethics in Tax Administration” was held in Mexico City, organized by the ITC, the Inter-American Center of Tax Administrations (CIAT) and the World Bank Group, in collaboration with the Mexican Servicio de Administración Tributaria (SAT).