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October 21, 2019

Thursday, October 31 | OECD BEPS 2.0 is coming: How do you navigate cross-border business in the wake of change? (10 am ET-US)

For multinational businesses, preparing for the impact of the OECD’s project on addressing the tax challenges of the digital economy (or BEPS 2.0) will be imperative. While significant international tax changes are still being implemented in countries around the world in the wake of the first phase of the BEPS project, the OECD work on BEPS 2.0 is advancing with an ambitious target date of 2020. We expect the OECD to release an update in mid-October on developments on both Pillar I and II.

The two pillars will fundamentally change how the international tax framework operates. In this webcast, we will help you understand and navigate your cross-border business activity in the wake of the contemplated changes, as upheaval is becoming the new normal.

This webcast continues the series of EY webcasts on developments in digital taxation, including the evolution of the ongoing OECD project.

EY panelists will address:

  • The latest announcements of the OECD on BEPS 2.0
  • Detailed discussion of the ongoing work on Pillar I and II
  • Likely impacts on all multinationals (not limited to digital businesses or digital business models)
  • Actions companies can take today 

Date: Thursday, 31 October 2019

Time: 10:00–11:30 a.m. ET-US

Registration: Register for this event.


  • Jeffrey M. Michalak | Global Director | International Tax and Transaction Services
  • Barbara M. Angus | Global Tax Policy Leader
  • Marlies de Ruiter | Global International Tax and Transaction Services Policy Leader
  • Channing P. Flynn | Global Tax Technology Sector Leader | International Tax and Transaction Services
  • Jose A. Bustos | BEPS desk | International Tax and Transaction Services

CPE credit offered: 1.5. Final CPE award to be based on content, polling, length of participation, etc. See CPE FAQ for more information.

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