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2018 IFRS Seminar & Tax Seminar
27 - 28 September 2018
Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront
Vienna, Austria


The Accounting, Auditing & Education Committee and the Taxation Task Force of AGN EMEA extend a warm invitation to you to attend this seminar in the beautiful city of Vienna, Austria!

This seminar will bring you an array of first rate speakers to help you get up-to-date on all the latest developments and make sure that you are aware of new and emerging reporting issues.

Seminar Costs Are Free
The IFRS Seminar & Tax Seminar are different from other AGN events in that AGN EMEA will cover these costs:

NextGen session on 27th September
• Meeting room at the hotel, coffee breaks and lunch on 28th September
• 1-night accommodation (single occupancy) at the Hilton Vienna Danube Waterfront hotel in Vienna (check-in on 27th September - check-out on 28th September 2018)
• Thursday night dinner, 27 September

Travel costs are not covered by AGN EMEA. Please make sure you register by no later than 25th August 2018 to attend this event! No restrictions on numbers attending from each firm so send as many people as you wish. 


Deadlines

Conference Registration Deadline: 25th August 2018


Introducing Vienna

Austria’s capital offers a unique blend of imperial traditions and stunning architecture. Vienna is famous for its many cultural events, classical concerts, imperial architecture, coffee houses, cozy wine taverns and the very special Viennese charm. 

Fun Facts:
- Vienna is the home of the oldest zoo still functioning today: Tiergarten Schönbrunn, founded in 1752.

- It is the only capital in the world that produces its own wine – with over 1500 acres of vineyards in its territory, most of them producing white wine. Among the most famous varieties are Riesling, Weissburgunder and Grüner Veltliner. While in Vienna, don’t forget to visit one of the famous Heurigers – a wine-tavern where local producers serve their own wine from the most recent vintage.

- More famous composers have lived here than anywhere else in the world, including Mozart, Beethoven, Joseph Haydn and Johann Strauss. Their homes have now been converted into museums and are open to visitors.

Discover more about Vienna!