Beginning Tuesday, 27 November 2018 18:00
End Tuesday, 27 November 2018 20:30
Location Square du Bastion 9, 1050, Bruxelles (Ixelles), Belgium(French)
Event fees British Chamber members: €0.00 (incl. VAT)
Non-members: €0.00 (incl. VAT)

Are you or your employees:
  • Frequently on foreign business trips?
  • Working simultaneously in two or more countries?
  • Being temporarily posted from one country to another?
Then you will most likely be facing tax, social security and labour law issues, as well as formalities that need to be observed in order to avoid criminal liability.

During this seminar participants will hear from expert tax and employment lawyers on how to find the best solution for their situation.
The seminar is of special interest also to corporate representatives (HR, financial) that have a responsibility for those internationally operating employees.

A Tax, Finance & Legal Programme Event

Why should you attend?
  • Gain exclusive insight from expert tax and employment lawyers;
  • Get ahead of international tax, social security and labour law issues;
  • Network with peers and exchange ideas;
  • Contribute to the chamber's agenda;


Tax Partner | Crowe Spark

Marc Verbeek is a Tax Partner currently working for Crowe Spark in Belgium, prior to this he worked at the Belgian Ministry of Finance, before moving on to spend 26 years with BDO. Marc is a certified tax consultant. His expertise includes (international) corporate tax advice, international employment tax, corporate tax compliance, rulings and litigation.

Partner - Member of the Bar | Claeys & Engels

Sophie Maes is a partner at Claeys & Engels, the Belgian member of Ius Laboris. Sophie advises national and international clients on various aspects of international employment (including immigration of employees), labour law and social security law. She has a particular interest in the position of expatriates, temporary staff, global mobility issues, labor and employment law, transfer of undertakings and company restructurings. Sophie is also co-chair of the Global Mobility team within Ius Laboris and works closely with other members of Ius Laboris on transnational employment projects and queries. Sophie has been a member of the Brussels Bar since 1998. She graduated from the University of Leuven (K.U.L Leuven) in 1997, having studied in Leuven and at the University of Rouen (France). She obtained a special degree in labour law from the University of Brussels (ULB) in 1998.

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