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Key Changes in Corporate Taxation and Recent Updates in the Companies Act




14.30hrs - 16.30hrs


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The Chamber is conducting a Virtual Meeting on the Key Changes in Corporate Taxation and Recent Updates in the Companies Act, on the 21st of this month. The meeting is scheduled between 02.30 pm and 04.30. pm on that day. The Speakers handling the session will be, Mr. Aditya Narwekar, Partner, Deals (Tax), PricewaterhouseCoopers Private Limited, Bangalore, and Mr. Dinesh Daga, who is an expert in this subject.


This Session will provide an overview of some of the key changes in the Corporate Tax and Companies Act sphere. As we near the due date for filing of the Corporate Tax Returns, the Session will throw light on the introduction of Faceless Assessments by the Government of India to "maximize governance and minimize government", recent changes in the TCS space and other updates in the Corporate Tax space (including the Taxation and Other Laws (Relaxation and Amendment of Certain Provisions) Act, 2020).


In addition to the above, as you all may be aware, the Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2020 received the President's assent on September 21, 2020, thereby amending various provisions of the Companies Act, 2013. Experts addressing this session will take you through some of these amendments introduced to promote ease of doing business like relaxation provided to certain entities currently qualifying as listed entities because of debt-listing, interim financial results for a selected class of unlisted private companies, overseas listing of entities, decriminalisation of certain offences for defaults which lack element of fraud or do not involve larger public interest, etc.


We hope that you will register/delegate your colleagues to attend this very important Session.


Like in the recent events, entry for the members of the Cochin Chamber is free for this Session as well. Non-members are required to pay a fee of Rs.500/- (Incl. 18%GST) to attend this Session.


Online registration is mandatory.