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September 2016

2016 SOS Yachting Fiscal Breakfast Program

Managing change: what does 2017 hold?

The program of the 2016 SOS Yachting Fiscal Breakfast is split in two parts.
The first part deals with operational issues that concern day-to-day problems industry players have to deal with. The aim of the session is to highlight the more complex issues that can crop up in CR, FR and MC, IT and ES - with an eye to the future - and how to avoid pitfalls.

The second part deals with fiscal and legal issues including Customs formalities and requirements. Fiscal experts will recap the current situation, explain what changes to expect in 2017 and how they will impact the yachting industry.  
Time Topic Speaker
8.45 Welcome Alex Mazzoni,
CEO SOS Yachting
Operational session
8.50 What can go wrong – and how to
avoid it
Sanja Dujmic
Operations Manager, Croatia
9.05 An Italian charter nightmare Sara Ammannati
Operations Manager, Italy
9.20 A Spanish challenge   Alessia Manfredi
Operations Manager, Spain
9.35 VAT on Charters Vs. French
Commercial Exemption
Thibault Hermant,
Operations Manager, France & Monaco
Legal session
9.55 Enjoying relief – when Customs
works for you
Geraldine Veran
Operations Manager, YMCA
10.10 Yachting.02 – Projections
for 2017
Ezio Vannucci,
Partner, Moores Rowland Partners
10.25 Spain: current status and future
progress for 2017
Miguel Ángel Serra Guasch
Lawyer – Economist, Garrigues
10.40 Hello change! Thierry Voisin,
President ECPY
10.55 Q&A