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Welcome to IFA Japanese Branch Website

 

Established in 1975, the Japanese branch of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) seeks to promote research on international and comparative aspects of tax law and public finance. It is an open and independent platform consisting of tax professionals in both private and public sectors. It aims to be inclusive in terms of ethnicity, creed, gender, or age. It assists the activities of IFA and holds seminars on current issues of interest on a regular basis.

 

  •  IFA Japanese Branch Web Seminar 2023

IFA Japanese Branch is pleased to invite you to the following event.
【Date】Tuesday, 28 February 2023, 15:00-16:30
【Venue】Zoom
【Theme】Should a US LPS be treated as a corporation under Japanese tax law? -The Supreme Court case of July 17, 2015-
【Speaker】Mr. Katsumi Chiba (Nishimura & Asahi, Former Supreme Court Justice)
【Commentator】Mr. Yushi Hegawa (Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu), Prof. Nobuyuki Nakamura (Nagoya University of Commerce & Business)
The language of this seminar is Japanese. If you are interested, please click here for registration.

(26/1/2023)

 

  • Global IFA/ICC Webinar

Global IFA/ICC Webinar will be held on 26 January 2023.
【Date】Thursday 26 January (14:30~17:30)(CET)
【Venue】Online
【Theme】“The Prevention and Resolution of International Tax Disputes”
The webinar will be free of charge for IFA members and IFA members can register at My IFA. For more information, please click here.

(20/1/2023)

 

  • Japanese Reporters of 2024 Cape Town, South Africa

The Japanese Branch Reporters for the Cape Town Congress which will be held in October 27-31,2024, have been selected.
   Subject 1:Finding the meaning of nexus for taxes - past, present and future
              (Branch Reporter: Kyosuke, Katahira)
   Subject 2:Practical approaches to international tax dispute avoidance and resolution
              (Branch Reporter: Toshiyuki, Kemmochi)

(2022/9/15)

 

 
 
  • Future Congress 

         2022 Berlin, Germany, September 4-8  
         2023 Cancun, Mexico, October 29-November 2
         2024 Cape Town, South Africa, October 27-31
         2025 Lisbon, Portugal, 
         2026 Melbourne, Australia, 
       2027 Stockholm, Sweden

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