Quaynote is delighted to introduce Understanding Superyacht & Business Jet Tax, the one-day international event in Brussels, Belgium on Tuesday, 17th October, 2023. The conference seeks to demystify complex rules, ownership structures, VAT – and much more – across multiple jurisdictions.
Presented by leading tax and customs specialists, Understanding Superyacht & Business Jet Tax is timed to coincide with the launch of 2 new groups set to influence regulators – the Superyachts & Business Aviation VAT Think Tank and an EU group of business aviation experts lead by the EBAA. What`s more, the conference`s location in the heart of EU policy-making will create the ideal platform for discussion of tax matters between regulators and the superyacht / business aviation industries.
Targeting charter & sales brokers, charterers, tax advisors, corporate service providers, lawyers, family offices and policy-makers, Understanding Superyacht & Business Jet Tax is produced by Quaynote Communications, event management, PR and marketing specialists in the yacht and private jet industries for 18 years.
Our speakers will shed light on some of the thorniest tax issues that anyone involved in owning, chartering, operating or managing a superyacht or business jet needs to grapple with. Key topics to be covered at the conference include:
*The EU Customs Code & VAT Directive: How it is implemented into national legislation
*Brexit: Current UK customs and VAT regulations
*Inward processing relief: EU vs UK new opportunities
*Commercial, private, corporate?: the best structure for your yacht or jet
* EU, US and non-EU Europe: VAT, charters, transactions and more across the jurisdictions
* Temporary Admission, Import options, Stamp duties, transfer tax, withholding tax, cross-border claims, FCE, ICE, etc.
Officially supported by both our Gold co-sponsors, Tax Marine and Richemont Delviso, Understanding Superyacht & Business Jet Tax will provide an influential, networking platform for all industry professionals concerned with understanding and improving international tax regimes.