The Union Budget for 2015-16 to be presented on 28 February 2015 by the Finance Minister will be the first full Budget of the present government. There is widespread expectation that this will contain several tax proposals which will have significant impact. Finance Minister may also announce major tax reforms and policy initiatives of the Government which may have far reaching implications. In order to bring greater awareness about the new tax proposals and policy initiatives in the Union Budget 2015-16 and to provide clarifications across the table to all stakeholders, ASSOCHAM is organizing a Post Budget Seminar as per the following schedule:
Day & Date
3rd March, 2015
09.30 am - 4.30 pm
Hotel Four Seasons,
4th March, 2015
09.30 am - 4.30 pm
Hotel Le- Meridien,
Shri Shaktikanta Das, Secretary, Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance has kindly agreed to be the Chief Guest at Delhi Seminar. Smt Anita Kapur, Chairperson, Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has also confirmed her availability to be the Guest of Honour at Delhi.
We have requested Shri Kaushal Srivastava, Chairman, Central Board of Excise & Customs (CBEC) to address the participants at both the cities. Shri V S Krishanan, Chief Commissioner Central Excise & Service Tax, Mumbai Zone I & Shri R C Mishra, Principal Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, Mumbai have been requested to share his important views on the Union Budget at Mumbai.
Post Budget seminar will discuss the following changes proposed in the Budget:
a. Changes in the corporate and personal income tax
b. Policy initiatives having significant impact on trade, industry and Indian economy
c. Tax reform initiative including the road map for implementation of GST
The seminar will be addressed by senior officials from government and professional tax experts. The discussion on each topic will be led by eminent speakers in the respective areas which will followed by floor participation. You will find the participation at the seminar quite informative.
Other Speakers include:
a. Mr. Nihal Kothari, Chairman, National Council on Indirect Taxes, ASSOCHAM (Mumbai)
b. Mr. Ved Jain, Chairman, National Council on Direct Taxes, ASSOCHAM (New Delhi)
c. Mr. M Lakshminarayanan, Chairman, National Council on International Taxes (Mumbai)
d. Mr. J.K. Mittal, Co- chairman, National Council on Indirect Taxes, ASSOCHAM (New Delhi)
e. Mr. Rahul Garg, Co- chairman, National Council on Direct Taxes, ASSOCHAM (New Delhi)
f. Mr. S.P. Singh, Co- chairman, National Council on Direct Taxes, ASSOCHAM (New Delhi)
g. Mr. Vishal J Shah, Executive Director, PwC (Mumbai)
h. Mr. Sandeep Chaufla, Executive Director, PwC (New Delhi)
i. Mr. Prashant Raizada, Partner, BDO (New Delhi)
j. Mr. Rakesh Nangia, Managing Partner, Nangia & Co. (New Delhi)
Who should attend:
CEOs, CFOs, Finance / Accounts / Legal Executives, Senior Auditors and Financial Professionals / Consultants, Service providers and manufacturing availing CENVAT credit, Exporters of services, Users of services provided in India or abroad, Middle & Senior Level executives dealing in Indirect Taxes in the corporate world as well as the practicing CA, CS, CMA and other related professionals.
The seminars have immense value for the participants however the fees is kept only at Rs. 3500/- (per participant, per city including Service Tax) to meet the cost. Registration form attached (10% discount for two or more persons from the same organization). The fee is inclusive of refreshment & lunch.
For registration (Prior registration is mandatory)
Kindly fill in the attached registration form and send to us at
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