We’re delighted to invite you to register for the next webinar in our Global Indirect Taxes series, focusing on the Plastic Packaging Tax (PPT) which came into force on 1 April 2022.
It is estimated that tens of thousands of UK businesses across a broad range of industries and sectors are affected by the impact of PPT. However, obtaining the necessary data and managing the associated risks is not straightforward, with many businesses being held liable for non-compliance by other organisations within its supply chain.
With many jurisdictions introducing and amending tax legislation to fit the global environmental agenda, the indirect tax world looks set to significantly change. But is the role of taxation in sustainability a carrot or a stick?
Awareness of the environmental taxes affecting behaviors for people and businesses.
Awareness of latest trends and developments around environmental taxes and what businesses can do to minimise administrative requirements.
Luigi Lungarella – Director – Indirect Tax (PKF Littlejohn – London (UK))
Luigi has over 20 years’ experience of indirect taxation, having previously worked as an indirect tax consultant for two Big 4 firms and a privately-owned group specialising in property investment and fund management, principal investments, and financial services.
Luigi chairs the Indirect Taxes pillar within the PKF network, is a member of the PKF International Tax Committee and a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) indirect tax committee.
Stephen Dale (Hedeos – Paris (FR))
Stephen has worked in French taxation for some 30 years, having previously worked with PwC in the UK and in France (1976-2017).
He now works for French law firm Hedeos. He is president of the International VAT Association, and a member of the EU Commission’s VAT Expert Group.
Stephen is also a founding board member of both the Association de la Pratique de la TVA européenne (APTE), and the Association des Représentants Fiscaux Français and a member of the OECD’s TAG on consumption taxes.
Stephen lectures at three French universities on indirect and UK taxation.