Some of the changes facilitating proper maintenance of SAF-T records will apply from 1 April 2021, and the rest from 1 July 2021. The bill…
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12 June, 2018
11 AM – 12 PM CEST
|Monika Smaga, Senior Tax Specialist, KR Group|
She has been working at KR Group since 8 years. Previously she gained experience in the accounting departments of companies with Polish and foreign capital. A long-standing practitioner, specializes in issues including VAT in the field of domestic and international transactions. Her domain is tax consultancy for real estate, FMCG as well as companies registered in Poland only for VAT purposes. Author of many professional publications, among others in the field of regulations regarding a SAF-T.
|Alexandru Bradean, Country Manager, KR Group (Romania)|
Over 12 years of experience in Accounting, Financial Reporting, VAT and Tax compliance in Romania. Starting 2016, he joined KR Group as Country Manager of the new branch office in Romania. He gained practical experience in the largest Romanian owned accounting practice by working with local and international companies from various industries such as retail, commercial real estate, pharmaceuticals, construction and services.
|Alessandro Portale, Partner and owner Studio Portale (Italy)|
Graduated in Italian law and partner of the VAT Forum, since 2004 actively works as VAT expert for several international companies. In particular he is in charge of the optimization of the VAT flows of the companies, preparation of written advices on VAT, managing VAT bookkeeping. He has organized training courses in VAT matters, in particular about the rules on place of supply of services and the international business. He was lecturer at international VAT summits and workshops.
|Michael Dembinski, Chief Advisor, British Polish Chamber of Commerce|
He was born in London. He studied at Warwick University and The City University, and worked at the Confederation of British Industry – for nine years as editor of CBI News – the monthly magazine of the employers’ organisation. He moved to Poland in 1997 to take up the job of communications director of Polska Telewizja Kablowa – now part of UPC Polska, then worked as managing director of Trader.Com Polska – now a part of Agora SA. He has worked with the BPCC of Commerce since 2002.