Digital technology is transforming the way in which organisations manage their tax affairs. Managing tax and customs internationally has become a real handful. Especially with growing regulatory and cost pressure increasing the workload involved but making it harder to get additional staff. The latest tax technology can relieve your tax people from mechanical tasks so they can focus on the critical elements of their jobs.

The challenges are familiar but evolving all the time. The solutions are very new. To help you keep track and see just how easily and cost-efficiently it can work, we’ll be holding a series of webcasts on different tax-related issues and the new technologies designed to address them.

Get on board now to make sure you’re on the winning side of the tax technology revolution. Subscribe HERE to our webcast series.

What areas will we be looking at? Over the next six months we will be offering monthly webcasts to help you get up to speed on the following topics:

  • Imports/exports (see below)
  • International collaboration
  • VAT reconciliations
  • Managing VAT refunds
  • Monitoring tax risk

Your hosts – and experts
This webcast series ist hosted by Ilona Paakkala and Jochen Richner. They lead the Indirect and Corporate Tax Technology groups respectively and have over 10 years of experience in technology. For different webcasts, they will be joined by subject matter experts from different areas, for example in Data Analytics, reconciliation or other specific solutions.

The first webcast will focus on customs & trade aspects in international supply chains. Register now for this upcoming webcast. 

13. Februar 2018 ▪ Kategorie: Customs General, Customs Organisation, Uncategorized


Christina Haas Bruni

Senior Manager, VAT & Customs

Prior to joining PwC in 2013, Christina has worked for Swiss Customs for almost 25 years, of those more than 15 years at the Customs District Directorate in Basel. Christina has a very extensive experience in all customs matters and especially in preferential origin, tariff classification, import VAT and administrative appeals. As a federal customs expert, she has gained an insight in various internationally active companies during audits, with focus on implementation of compliance processes and procedures (especially regarding the rules of preferential origin). She has participated as a speaker in various seminars in Switzerland and Germany. She had teaching assignments in the formation of forwarding agents/customs brokers and in the MAS International Logistics Management. And furthermore, she has carried out several international assignments for Eurocustoms and as a facilitator in the WTO Trade Facilitation Program for developing countries. She is advising well-known national and international companies in different sectors, especially consulting in customs matters. The projects range from individual customs enquiries to the implementation of new supply chain models with optimised customs structure and internal customs management.

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