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May 9, 2022

Thursday, 12 May 2022 | What companies should know about the latest BEPS 2.0 dynamics (10 am ET)

This 90-minute webcast focuses on the dynamics of the BEPS 2.0 project, with EY panelists discussing the evolution of Pillars One and Two.

The OECD/G20 project aims to make fundamental changes to the long-standing international tax architecture and continues to have strong political support around the globe. Webcast panelists will provide an update on the latest developments and address key practical questions related to Pillar One and Pillar Two that are important in preparing for the "new normal" in this evolving global legislative landscape.

Date: Thursday, 12 May 2022

Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m. EDT New York

Registration: Register for this event.

EY panelists will address:

  • The ongoing series of OECD consultation documents on Pillar One involving new nexus and profit allocation rules under Amount A
  • Recent developments with respect to Pillar One Amount B relating to the development of fixed returns for distribution and marketing activities
  • The OECD consultation on the Implementation Framework under Pillar Two on administrative and coordination aspects of the new global minimum tax rules
  • Practical considerations in preparing for the application of new global minimum tax rules
  • What's ahead for negotiations at the global level and implementation at the jurisdictional level on both Pillars One and Two

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