Seminars

In parallel with the evening and outside working hours training programs, HEC Liege organizes each year, , a cycle of seminars on the subject taught.

Objectives

  • To update one’s knowledge in a specific field
  • To clarify a particular question
  • To provoke participants’ interest for a given problem.

     

 


PROGRAMME 

January -  April 2020


 

Monday 13 january

Preventing and sanctioning competition from (former) employees and shareholders.

 

By Ms Sabine CORNELIS, Lawyer at the Liège Bar, Actéo, and trainer in charge of teaching social law at IFAPME, and Ms Aurore PALMISANO, Lawyer at the Liège Bar, Actéo.

Numéro IPCF : 99136

Presentation

 


 

Wednesday 22 January

Understanding fraud to fight it better: the evolution of fraud patterns and the assessment of damage.

 

By Mr Cédric ANTONELLI, BDO Forensic & Litigation Support, Partner, Auditor, Certified Fraud Examiner, Senior Lecturer at HEC Liège and UCLouvain, and Mr Nikolai TRIFFET, BDO Risk Advisory Services, Manager, Registered Fraud Auditor, Certified Internal Control Specialist, Speaker at the ICHEC and Senior Lecturer at HEC Liège.

Numéro IPCF : 99118

Presentation

 


 

 Wednesday 29 January

Reorganization operations in the non-profit sector.

 

By Mr Xavier GÉRARD, Lawyer at the Brussels Bar (Nibelle & Partners), Scientific Associate at the ULiège Tax Institute.

Numéro IPCF : 99208

Presentation

 


 

Monday 3 February

New and important protection for SMEs. The law on abuse of economic dependence and unfair terms between companies.

 

By Mr Paul CRAHAY, Lawyer at the Liège Bar (MOSAL).

Numéro IPCF : 99268

 

Presentation

 


 

Monday 5 February

Intra-Community transactions: in the light of a VAT reform in Europe.

 

By Mr Philippe NOIRHOMME, Belgian VAT desk - partner, Senior Lecturer at HEC Liège, Member of the Tax Institute of Uliège, and Mr François COUTUREAU, General Advisor - General Administration of Taxation - Central VAT Services - Team Leader - Operational expertise (the speaker's comments do not engage the authority he belongs to), Scientific collaborator at HEC Liège, Member of the ULiège Tax Institute.

Numéro IPCF : 99119

Presentation

 


 

Monday 10 February 

Tax incentives and subsidies for innovation and creativity.

 

By Mr Charles CARLIER, EY Tax Partner, Mr Nicolas TREFOIS, EY Tax Director and Mr Nicolas DEPREESTER, Senior Manager EY Subsidia.  

Numéro IPCF : 99120

Presentation

 


 

Wednesday 12 February 

Procedural news (direct contributions): Chronicle of legislation and case law (2018-2019).

 

by Mr Luc HERVE, Lawyer at the Liège Bar, Professor at Uliège, and Ms Julie VAN THEMSCHE, Lawyer at Liège Bar, Professor at CBCEC Liège.

Numéro IPCF : 99207

Presentation

 


 

Monday 17 February 

Energy transition and sustainable development: what incentives are available in Belgium and Europe?

 

By Mr Bertrand VAN MAELE, Manager of Global Trade Advisory (indirect tax), Deloitte and Mr Jérémy NGAMILU, Senior Consultant in the Global Investment and Innovation Incentives (Gi3) team, Deloitte.  

Numéro IPCF : 99224

Presentation

 


 

Wednesday 19 February 

Taxation of mobility  ;

What are the developments relating to car taxation? Are alternatives to the combustion car really attractive?

 

By Mr Olivier BERTIN, Lawyer at the Brussels Bar, Senior Lecturer at ULiège and UCLouvain, Member of the ULiège Tax Institute, and Mr Julien COLSON, Lawyer at the Brussels Bar. 

Numéro IPCF : 99121

Presentation

 


 

Monday 2 March

Are inheritance and registration taxes still legal taxes? Analysis of the evolution of these taxes through recent decisions and the application of the anti-abuse measure.

 

By Mr André CULOT, IEC Tax Consultant, Professor at ESSF (ICHEC), at the EFP, at the Belgian Chamber of Accountants, Lecturer at the Master's Degree in Tax Management of the Solvay Brussels School, Member of the Tax Institute of ULiège, Editor-in-Chief of the General Collection of Registration and Notaries, and Mr Gilles DE FOY, Lawyer at the Brussels Bar (Bazacle & Solon firm), Guest Lecturer UCLouvain.  

Numéro IPCF : 99137

Presentation

 


 

Monday 9 March

Selected tax collection issues.

 

By Mr Jordan OPRENYESZK, Lawyer at the Brussels Bar, ULiège Senior Lecturer, Member of the ULiège Tax Institute, Lecturer at ICHEC, Brussels.

Numéro IPCF : 99145

Presentation

 


 

Wednesday 11 March 

Selling your company: pitfalls to avoid.

 

By Mr Christophe VANDEVYVER, Lawyer at the Verviers Bar, Foguenne et Associates.  

Numéro IPCF : 99122

Presentation

 


 

Monday 16 March 

2019 News on personal income tax.

 

By Mr Olivier D'AOUT, Lawyer at the Liège and Charleroi Bars, Senior Lecturer at HEC Liège, Member of the Tax Institute of ULiège, Director of the UCL Mons Tax Certificate, and Mr Jonathan PICAVET, Lawyer at the Liège Bar, Visiting Lecturer at Louvain School of Management.  

Numéro IPCF : 99123

Presentation

 


 

Wednesday 18 March 

Update on the normal management of private assets.

 

By Mr Frédéric JANSSEN, Lawyer at the Luxembourg Bar, Associate Professor ULiège, Visiting Associate at Louvain School of Management, and Mr Fatmir STUBLA, Lawyer at the Namur Bar.  

Numéro IPCF : 99124

Presentation

 


 

Monday 23 March 

The new non-profit association.

 

By Mr Michel DE WOLF, Lecturer at HEC Liège, Professor UCLouvain, Honorary Dean of the Louvain School of Management, Honorary President of the Institute of Company Auditors, Deputy Counsellor at the Court of Appeal of Liège.  

Numéro IPCF : 99128

Presentation

 


 

Wednesday 25 March 

2018-2019 news on VAT.

 

By Mr Jean BUBLOT, Lawyer at the Walloon Brabant Bar, ULiège lecturer, Member of the ULiège Tax Institute, and Mr Vincent SEPULCHRE, Managing Director SOGEF SCRL, ULiège lecturer, Member of the ULiège Tax Institute, Professor at ESSF (ICHEC), ULB lecturer.  

Numéro IPCF : 99125

Presentation


 

Monday 30 March 

Taxation and the real estate sector: current issues.

 

By Mr Geoffroy GALÉA, Lawyer at the Brussels Bar, ULiège Assistant, and Mrs Salma SAADAOUI, Senior Consultat Deloitte Tax Belgium.

Numéro IPCF : 99126

Presentation

 


 

Wednesday 1 April

2019 news on corporate tax.

 

By Mr Olivier D'AOUT, Lawyer at the Liège and Charleroi Bars, Senior Lecturer at  HEC Liège, Member of the Tax Institute of ULiège, Director of the UCL Mons Tax Certificate, and Mr Jonathan PICAVET, Lawyer at the Liège Bar, Visiting Lecturer at Louvain School of Management.

Numéro IPCF : 99127

Presentation


 

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Registration

 


Certifications

These seminars are eligible for IEC, IPCF, IRE and OBFG. Our seminars are also approved by the National Chamber of Notaries.

Training vouchers

HEC Liège is one of the organizations accredited by the Walloon Region. However, only seminars on on PIT (Personal Income Tax), CIT (Corporate Income Tax) and VAT News are included in this "training vouchers" scheme (subject to modification of the Walloon Region's approval).

Schedule

The seminars take place from 6 pm to 9 pm, in the HEC Liège building, Rue Louvrex 14 - 4000 Liège.

The 2020 program will be available on this website during December 2019.

Registration fees

  • 70 euros per seminar (including sandwich break and documentation)
  • 60 euros per seminar (if at least four topics are chosen at once)
  • 100 euros (flat rate) (for PIT and CIT News seminars - only valid if you attend both sessions)
  • 5 training vouchers (flat rate) (for PIT and CIT News seminars - only valid if you attend both sessions)
  • 3 training vouchers (for the seminar on VAT News)

 

Registration and contact

Laetitia Debraz

Tél. : +32 4 232 73 21

laetitia.debraz@uliege.be


A joint initiative of the Faculty of Law, Political Science and Criminology of the University of Liège and HEC Liège, in partnership with the Tax Institute of the University of Liège.

Last update :26/11/2019