Women of IFA Network
Den danske afdeling af Women of IFA (WIN) har to repræsentanter: Professor Liselotte Madsen, viceinstitutleder ved juridisk institut på Aalborg Universitet og PhD Susi Baerentzen, postdoc ved IBFD i Amsterdam. Det danske WIN-arbejde har to hovedformål:
The Danish WIN unit has two representatives; Professor Liselotte Madsen, Vice Head of the Law department at Aalborg University, and PhD Susi Baerentzen, Postdoctoral Fellow at IBFD, Amsterdam. The objective of the Danish WIN work is twofold:
Firstly, to make women an even stronger force in tax law by establishing a network for Danish female tax professionals.
As part of this initiative the ambition is to have at least one major and perhaps one minor event each year with an academic/practical tax topic and with focus on the female professionals to support it. The first event is scheduled for November 2021.
Second, to make the strong force of female tax professionals more visible in international tax law by establishing an online professional register of all female tax professionals and their qualifications for presentations etc. to use for events and presentations.
The Danish WIN branch is also working closely with the WIN branches of the other Nordic countries in order to organize joint events, when global conditions allow it.
If you find the association of WIN interesting and wishes to explore the association even further then you will find WIN’s main page here.
Liselotte er viceinstitutleder ved juridisk institut og professor i skatteret på Aalborg Universitet. Hun er en af landets førende akademiske skatteeksperter med en solid og bred erfaring i både national- og international skatteret. Hun er desuden medlem af forretningsudvalget i Dansk Skattevidenskabelig Forening og har tidligere været involveret i det globale IFA-arbejde som nationalrapportør ved kongressen i Seoul i 2018.
Susi Baerentzen holds a Carlsberg Foundation Postdoc Fellowship at the IBFD for research on Taxpayers’ Rights. She holds a PhD in International Tax Law and Economics on the effectiveness of General Anti-Avoidance Rules in the OECD and the EU. Previously, she has worked five years in the International Tax Law department of one of the Big4 corporations in Denmark. In addition, she has worked as a reporter for the IFA congress in London in 2019.