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Friday, September 22, 2017

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9 - 13 December 2017, Tehran


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Risk Management



Three IMF-INTA Joined Workshops Held in Tehran




The second three-day course was concentrated on Risk Management.  Using the risk management process model, Mr. Vesperman detailed the issue from A-Z, mentioning a wide range of issues from the risk identification in the framework of measuring the compliance outcomes in the areas of taxpayers registration, tax returns filing, reporting and payment of taxes to risks evaluation and prioritizing, analysis of compliance behavior and determination of strategies against each group of risks, as well as implementing these strategies and plans.  Market segmentation, taxpayers size criterion, the categories of small,medium and large taxpayers and the properties of each of them, further segmentation criteria based on the industry, region and the lifetime of the taxpayer, were also studied.  In introducing the fundamentals of the risk management, the evaluation of risks,which were already identified and prioritized, measuring the consequences for the purposes of revenue and credit ability risks for the tax regime or its impacts on the community confidence in the tax administration, as well as the efforts to bring about a reasonable balance for the risk management in all the market sectors with the active management of all the severe risks were thoroughly assessed.   The risk matrix for guaranteeing the integrated approach towards the risk evaluation and using the proper compliance strategies for different risk levels were explained. The workshop participants used this matrix to put into practice what they learned during the course and explained their team work findings in the way of risk management in there area for work for the participants. The training of the IMF representative continued in tandem with scientific and executive discussions of the participants.



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