U.S. 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ("TCJA")
18 settembre 2018
Auditorium, UBS Building, Via Cantonale 18, 6928 Manno - ore 16.00
Among the national tax systems of the G-20 countries, the U.S. has traditionally been a "primus inter pares". What the U.S. does has an impact on other systems and the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) marks a paradigm shift. Most significantly, U.S. corporate rates have been lowered from 35% to 21%, and the U.S. has moved from its global system to a more-territorial system. The TCJA thus reflects a "lower the rate and strengthen the base" approach. This seminar, in which noted tax experts will analyze the TCJA from U.S., Swiss and Italian perspectives, will be a very special SUPSI event.

Topics & Speakers

  • General outlook on the TCJA and its cross-border impacts
    H. David Rosenbloom
    Director of the International Tax Program of NYU Law School;
    Partner, Caplin & Drysdale, Washington DC
  • TCJA and its impact on outbound operations
    Joseph Czajkowski
    Former Senior Tax Counsel, Exxon Mobil Corporation, Irving, Texas
  • Italian perspectives on the TCJA
    Alessandro Padula
    Associate Partner, EY Milano
  • Swiss perspectives on the TCJA
    Peter R. Altenburger
    Founding Member and Counsel, Altenburger Ltd legal + tax, Zurich


No later than Friday, 14 September 2018 using the online application or the form attached to the invitation.

The seminar will be followed by refreshments.

Rate: CHF 200.-