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May 11, 2023

Tuesday, 30 May 2023 | New Pillar Two global minimum taxes: unleashing the power of Microsoft technology (1:30 pm CEST)

As part of the ongoing global OECD BEPS project, jurisdictions across the world are either considering, proposing or legislating for new global minimum taxes (Pillar Two). EU Member States are working to transpose the EU’s Minimum Tax Directive into domestic legislation before the end of 2023. Outside of the EU, developments have taken place in Japan, South Korea and the United Kingdom to name a few.

Over 150 data points are needed to calculate new liabilities and to fulfil compliance and reporting requirements. Data can be found in various sources, formats and owned by stakeholders across the business. A technology-enabled approach is a must-do, rather than a nice to have.

What if existing Microsoft enterprise technology investments could go further and enable your response to new global minimum taxes?  Could a low-code approach translate to agility, visibility and an overall better user experience for the tax team? Can day-to-day Microsoft business applications help you better manage risk and compliance, add greater business value and achieve more efficiencies?

Join a special 60-minutes webcast to explore how the Microsoft business applications ecosystem can help your tax function get ready for new global minimum taxes. 

During the session, you will hear directly from a Tax Director at a multinational in the Power and Utilities sector, Microsoft and a mix of EY tax technology and policy professionals. Join us to hear about:

  • Global minimum taxes: direction of travel and what it means for businesses

  • Minimum taxes data challenge

  • Capabilities of Microsoft business applications ecosystem

  • Possible approaches using Microsoft including integration with SAP and other systems

  • How to get started

There will be an opportunity to ask questions throughout and we will aim to answer as many as possible live.

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

We look forward to seeing you on 30 May!

Date: Tuesday, 30 May 2023

Time: 13.30 – 14.30 CEST / 12.30 – 13.30 BST / 7.30 – 8.30 EDT

Registration: Click here to register

Missed EY webcasts on Pillar Two?

  • How to address the BEPS 2.0 Pillar Two data and technology challenge with SAP (March 2023) – watch replay

  • BEPS 2.0: New Administrative Guidance and implementation activity on Pillar Two (February 2023) – watch replay

  • Implementation of BEPS 2.0 Pillar Two in the EU (January 2023) – watch replay

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