The E‑Invoicing Revolution in Europe
For internationally active companies, the fulfillment of different e-invoicing standards represents a major challenge. Time is of the essence, especially for companies operating in the EU, as e-invoicing will soon be mandatory in Poland, France and Belgium, and has just been introduced in Romania, among others. As the clearance model is being implemented by more and more governments each year, it could well be introduced in your country soon.
Go on a journey with Comarch and KPMG around the national legislation and regulations of different countries regarding electronic invoicing in structured formats.
Find out in which cases your company is affected, how the national systems work, and how you can prepare for implementation at an early stage to overcome challenges. You can also find out how you can make your accounting processes legally compliant and efficient in order to stay ahead of the competition.
Małgorzata is a Manager in the Indirect Tax Department in KPMG Poland. She graduated from the University of Economics in Cracow, faculty of economics. Małgorzata has over 10 years of experience in tax advisory. She has broad experience in VAT advisory for Polish and foreign entities from various business sectors. Malgorzata supports KPMG clients in setting up e-invoicing processes from the tax perspective. She is engaged in designing KPMG tools for e-invoicing in Poland.
Graduate of Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and the University of Economics in Katowice, in finance and economics. Experience gained in various industries and countries, such as Germany, Austria, Spain and Poland. At Comarch, consultant responsible mainly for the BENELUX and French market in the field of EDI and e-invoicing.
Rafał is an analyst and member of the legal compliance team in the Comarch e-invoicing/EDI Business Unit. He specializes in carrying out data exchange and document management projects in countries where legal policies concerning e-invoicing were introduced.
Agnieszka is a Director in the Indirect Tax Department in KPMG Poland. She is a licensed tax adviser with nearly 20 years of experience in indirect tax advisory. She is involved in tax advisory for domestic and international clients. Agnieszka has worked on a number of multi-disciplinary engagements to assist clients with managing the complexities of cross-border supply chains. She represents clients during tax audits, tax proceedings and in front of the courts, including the Court of Justice of the European Union. Agnieszka is engaged in designing tax tools facilitating VAT reporting. Currently, she is strongly involved in work on an e-invoicing solution for Poland.