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Major International Tax Conference in Dublin will explore Irish tax structures post-Brexit

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  • Published: Thu, 06 Jun 2019 09:20 GMT

Smith & Williamson is hosting a major international tax conference in Dublin this week to discuss some of the most pressing global issues in the world of taxation. Among these is the critical issue of tax structures after Brexit, which is a major concern for many businesses.

Attending the conference will be leading experts in taxation. Issues which will be discussed by the international experts include developing digital taxation and cryptocurrencies.

Commenting on the conference, Smith & Williamson Managing Director Paul Wyse said: 

Paul Wyse
We are thrilled once again to be hosting the Nexia International Tax Conference and bringing leading experts in tax to Dublin. The conference comes at a pivotal time for Ireland in the Brexit process and a part of the conference will be geared towards discussing the implications Brexit will have for tax structures in the years ahead.
Paul Wyse

The conference will take place from Thursday 5th June to Saturday 8th June in the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel on Golden Lane. Nexia International is a major global network of leading independent accounting and consulting firms. The Nexia International Tax Conference is being hosted in Dublin for the second time by Smith & Williamson, a member of Nexia International.

Please note: a spokesperson is available for interview.

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