A look back at the annual AGN Excellent + event

Due to the public health crisis, the AGN seminar that was originally planned to take place in Amsterdam was instead held virtually. The organisation of the seminar was completely revamped to enable the 47 participants to work and exchange views on IFRS and taxation, made possible thanks to a sub-group organisation facilitated by the use of videoconferencing. The programme consisted of a case study approach in three parts:

  • Two working sessions were based on a specific case study combining IFRS and international taxation aimed at identifying the solutions to be implemented.
  • One working session was on the impact of Covid in relation to the case study with an exchange between the participants regarding their approach to the situation.
  • Each session was concluded with a creative cultural general knowledge questionnaire.

The enthusiastic feedback from all the participants validated the relevance of this format. High praise to the AGN team and the experts for this organisation: Malcom Ward – AGN global CEO, Chris White – AGN Facilitator, Pierre-Olivier Cointe – Caderas Martin in France, Carsten Ernst – WirtschaftsTreuhand Group in Germany, Nancy Cruickshanks – Shipleys in the UK, and Iain Masterton – Chiene & Tait in the UK.

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