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June 6, 2024

Tuesday, 2 July 2024 | Tax Policy Matters: EU Tax Policy in Transition: recent developments and the new Commission's agenda (10:00 BST)

Shortly after the European elections, we will present a new edition in our EMEIA webcasts series navigating global and EU tax policy developments. With the long-term competitiveness of the EU expected to be a key issue on the agenda of the new European Commission, this webcast will cover what we might expect in terms of new tax policies and priorities, along with an overview of tax and non-tax policies recently introduced and how implementation is being embedded in member states and their impact on business. 

In this complex and uncertain geopolitical environment where the industrial competitiveness of the EU is under pressure, key priorities facing the new Commission are the bloc’s long-term competitiveness and how to tackle its budget deficit and own resources through existing and new sources of revenue. In this webcast, EY Professionals will use their time with you to cover:

  • The tax implications of the recently published Letta Report on the future of the Single Market, the subsequent request by EU Leaders for a new ‘European competitiveness deal’ and the key outcomes from Mario Draghi’s report on competitiveness expected in June.

  • Public Country-by Country reporting Directive (CBCR); Foreign Subsidies Regulation (FSR); and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD).

  • The recently agreed Directive on Faster and Safer Relief of Excess Withholding Taxes (FASTER).

  • Future EU tax policy directives the new Commission may prioritize, including its ambition to reduce reporting obligations simplify the corporate tax system for businesses operating.

Will we see greater tax harmonization? A significant reduction of red tape? And a more business friendly business climate to stimulate growth and ease of doing business with, and in the EU?

Join this informative exchange with EY tax policy professionals from across Europe who will share their insights and knowledge with you. 

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

Date: Tuesday, 2 July 2024

Time: 10:00–11:15 BST / 11:00–12:15 CST / 5:00–6:15 EST

Registration: Click here to register.

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