The Corporate Tax Practice in the Age of Transparency: A Path Forward
Thank you to all who attended and participated in this year's outstanding program! If you did not attend, but would like a copy of the Symposium materials, you can purchase them from this site while supplies last.
The corporate tax community is struggling to cope with the most complex and dynamic regulatory and reporting environment it has ever faced. Today's corporate tax practitioner faces multiple, rapidly changing regulatory regimes, as well as increasing external market demands and expectations. More than ever, tax practitioners must be able to translate complex matters of tax compliance, planning, administration, controversy resolution and legislative processes to a growing array of non-tax constituents: business and financial executives, board members, corporate general counsel, independent auditors, regulators, financial reporting standard-setting authorities, investment analysts and other stakeholders. Each day seems to bring a new layer of oversight, enforcement, and compliance, with the objective of enhancing the transparency and understanding of tax matters and tax decision-making processes.
Location and Accommodation Details
Our room block at The Ritz-Carlton is rapidly selling out. Please keep in mind that rooms may be available at regular rates or your company's negotiated rate. The direct number to the hotel is (202) 835-0500. Nearby hotels include the City Center Hotel, or the Embassy Suites Hotel Washington, D.C. Feel free to call the TCPI if you have any questions or concerns (202) 822-8062.
A limited block of rooms have been reserved at The Ritz-Carlton at a rate of $245/night. To make your reservation, call the hotel at (202) 835-0500 or (800) 241-3333. Make sure to say that you are with the TCPI 2006 Tax Policy Symposium to get the group rate. The reservation cut-off date has been extended to January 17, 2006. After this date, rooms can no longer be guaranteed available, or at the group rate.
For a list of ammenities, vist The Ritz-Carlton website.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should attend this event?
The symposium is designed for CFOs, VPs of finance, VPs of tax, corporate tax directors, government tax professionals, tax counsels, attorneys, managers, accountants, corporate controllers, treasurers, and others with an advanced level of tax knowledge.
What is the dress code?
Business attire is the dress for the entire event, including the reception and dinner on 2/9.