ACCA Sri Lanka to conduct seminar on ‘Double Tax Treaties’

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The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Sri Lanka has organized a seminar on “An Insight to Double Tax treaties” to be held at hotel The Kingsbury Hotel Colombo on the 16th November from 9 am to  12.30 pm. 

There will be two presentations by Suresh R. I. Perera, Principal Tax & Regulatory KPMG and Dayani De Silva , former Commissioner General Inland Revenue & former advisor on fiscal affairs Ministry of Finance.

This programme is structured in a manner to shed light on many practical issues involving businesses and would comprise of key topics that include,  Role & fundamental concepts of Double Tax Treaties, Creation of Permanent Establishment under Double Tax Treaties &  treatment of business profits, Taxation of Interest , Dividend, Royalty under the treaties, Relief for expatriates under the Double Tax Treaties and Methodologies of elimination of double taxation under the treaties

Suresh R. I. Perera, is a multidisciplinary professional specializing in taxation with an accounting cum legal, qualifications and practical experience. He is a lecturer in tax law at many institutes and a frequent presenter at many public seminars and has authored many publications.

Dayani de Silva has had a distinguished career in the Sri Lanka Inland Revenue Service and retired as Commissioner-General of Inland Revenue in November 2001. 

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