The aim of this course is to acquire some notions of taxation in international matters in order to know how to determine the tax rules applicable to a cross-border economic or patrimonial transaction.
In view of the risks involved, it is difficult to ignore the international tax law issues when realizing, holding and using income or assets.
It is therefore becoming essential to take this tax parameter into account in the decision-making process of an international transaction.
The fiscal rules applicable to a cross-border economic or property transaction
The international tax law issues
Integration of the tax parameter in the decision-making process of an international operation
A former student of the Ecole Nationale des Impôts (ENI), Henri DANG was a public finance inspector. He is currently a tax consultant for law firms and chartered accountants, and has been a consultant and trainer for the Centre de Formation de la Profession Bancaire (CFPB), a lecturer at the Institut Technique de Banque (ITB) and the Institut des Techniques de Marchés (ITM), and a member of the jury for the wealth management diploma of the Centre d'Etude Supérieure de Banque (CESB).
Responsible for the conception of educational documentation and tax modules for banking professionals, he has also collaborated with the Revue Fiduciaire as an author-editor.
Having been a lecturer at University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne for many years, Henri Dang also teaches at Paris-Saclay and UPEC.