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October 25, 2021
2021-6095

Tuesday, 9 November 2021 | Tax policy matters: public tax transparency from voluntary to mandatory (11 am CET)

In this webcast, part of a new webcast series that navigates tax policy developments and business impacts, panelists will introduce the new public tax transparency environment, following the EU agreeing to public Country-by-Country reporting (CbCr).

Our panelists will introduce the EU Directive on public CbCr and outline the implications for both EU headquartered and non-EU headquartered companies. The multi-jurisdictional panel will focus on policy, technical and practical implications of this recent development.

Join us for a discussion on:

  • Who, when and what in terms of reporting under the EU Directive

  • How the EU Directive overlaps with and differs from other CbCr standards, such as BEPS Action 13 and Global Reporting Initiative-207 (GRI-207)

  • Implications for the wider tax transparency environment

  • How companies are reacting to this development

Speakers will include EY tax policy professionals from across the globe. 

If the timing doesn’t work for you, please register and you’ll receive the replay for you to view at your own convenience.

This webcast is the first in a new series and the next webcast will focus on BEPS 2.0 and other tax policy developments. Secure your place for future webcasts by ticking “Yes” in response to future-related communications during the registration process.

We look forward to seeing you on 9 November!

Date: Tuesday, 9 November

Time: 10.00 (GMT) / 11.00 (CET)

Registration: Click here to register

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