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June 24, 2022

Wednesday, 6 July 2022 | Tax policy matters: Evolution of tax in the EU (2:30 CEST)

The EU continues to discuss the introduction of a new global minimum tax with its 27 member states. The latest Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) meeting on 17 June did not result in unanimous agreement on the EU Pillar Two Directive. While Poland agreed, Hungary objected. The BEPS 2.0 waiting game continues for businesses across the EU and beyond.

Pillar Two is not the only fundamental change in the EU tax landscape with the EU continuing to pursue a focused tax agenda with its recent proposals. These include Debt Equity Bias Reduction Allowance (DEBRA) to create a more level playing field for the tax treatment of debt; a proposal to address shell companies in the EU (UNSHELL), and their continued pursuit of increased tax transparency and reporting across the EU.

Join us for an interactive session on the following topics:

  • BEPS 2.0 Pillar Two


  • Tax transparency and reporting including:

    • EU public country-by-country reporting

    • ATAD3 and UNSHELL

    • DAC8

Speakers will include EY tax policy professionals from the EU and the UK.  

If the timing does not work for you, please register and you will receive the replay to view at your own convenience.

Date: Wednesday, 6 July 2022

Time: 8:30-10:00 EDT / 13:30-15:00 BST / 14:30-16:00 CEST

Registration: Register for this event.

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