The programme offers a deep dive into the world of shipping, in a market where sector developments are the predominant determinant of ship-owner income, from the perspective of an AIF or a banking institution.
Starting from the main features of the shipping markets, the course takes a detailed look at the specific sectors involved (dry bulk, tankers (dirty and clean), containerships, LNG, etc.) and their distinguishing characteristics. Following this, we focus on shipping finance and capital markets, including cashflow generation.
The course also offers the fundamental supply and demand factors that affect each sector, and how these can evolve over time and create cycles in the industry, involving significant considerations for risk management purposes for both banks and AIFs.
These are then connected with the four shipping markets (freight markets, sale and purchase, newbuilding, and scrapping) which provides further insights with regards to the behaviour of shipping markets.
By the end of the programme, participants will have deepened their understanding of:
The session will cover recent topics in the field of international maritime shipping taxation, aiming to provide a macro-overview of the topic and policy issues, restate some of the current principles and practices in force, and zoom in on some of the current ‘hot potatoes’ in this specific niche of international taxation, which is especially relevant to Cyprus, given its position as one of the most successful mercantile flag states.
Taxation of shipping companies: residence state perspective
Taxation of shipping companies: source state perspective
Taxation of shipping companies: environmental perspective
Who Should Attend
The programme is for professionals interested in policy development and the re-framing of the international tax system.
The training style is training-focused, involving a combination of presentation and real-life examples, but also learner-focused, where participants are encouraged to raise questions, seek clarifications and share their opinions from their different perspectives and engage in an exchange of views and personal professional experiences.
This programme may be approved for up to 5 CPD units in Accounting and Auditing. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by your association, regulator or other bodies which you hold membership.
For groups within the same organisation, this course may be customized to meet any specific needs and delivered in-house.
HRDA-approved seminars are exempted from VAT for eligible organisations applying for the HRDA subsidy. A 19% VAT will apply to seminars and participants who do not qualify for the HRDA subsidy.
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Day 1: TBA
Start time: 09:00 EET
End time: 15:00 EET
Venue: Classroom (Nicosia)
Coordinates: 5 | Duration: 5 hrs
Directions: <a href="https://eimf.eu/event-organizer/tatiana-falcao/">Tatiana Falcao (view the trainer's bio here)</a>
Email: [email protected]