The Frankfurt International Tax Forum particularly addresses the tax representatives of transnational companies in Germany and offers a platform for exchange regarding the developments in international tax law between fiscal authorities, jurisprudence, advisory practices and international companies in the Rhein-Main-Neckar region.

The 8th Frankfurt International Tax Forum takes place on

Wednesday, April 3, 2019, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Literaturhaus Frankfurt
Schöne Aussicht 2, 60311 Frankfurt

The Frankfurt International Tax Forum is once again organized by Pia Dorfmueller, tax advisor and partner at P+P Pöllath + Partners in Frankfurt, in cooperation with the German Association for International Tax Law (regional group Rhein-Main-Neckar) and offers a platform to the members of the fiscal authorities and tax judiciary, as well as scholars and businessmen, for a dialogue on practice-related matters. The focus of the presentations by distinguished representatives of various professions are the current legislative proceedings and jurisprudence regarding German foreign transaction tax law.

This year's central topic is CFC taxation regulations: Where are the problems in this practice and where is reform needed? Subsequently, the current developments in the investment and taxation landscape in Italy will be discussed in the country report.

All details can be found in the agenda (in German) below. We would be pleased to welcome you for a buffet after the forum, where you may continue discussing professional matters.

There is no fee for participation in this event. We would be pleased if you would join us and request that you register online (registration in German) or by e-mail ( by Friday, March 22, 2019 at the latest.

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The following speakers are confirmed:

Francesco Capitta, Macchi di Cellere Gangemi, Rom
Dr. Thomas Eisgruber, Bayerisches Staatsministerium der Finanzen, für Landesentwicklung und Heimat, München
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kraft, Martin-Luther-Universität, Halle
Dr. Michael Schwenke, Bundesfinanzhof, München