Addressing the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Report [WEBCAST]

February 21, 2013

There is a growing perception around the world that current international tax regimes have not kept pace with developments in the global economy.

In many countries, governments are focusing attention on the potential for loss of tax revenues through international activity that may reduce their corporate tax bases.

With support from the G20 and individual finance ministers, the OECD is undertaking a major project on base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS). The OECD has a long history of providing a forum for governments to work together to address cross-border issues of common interest.

On 12 February the OECD released its initial report Addressing Base Erosion and Profit Shifting.This report focuses on identifying the factors and issues related to base erosion and confirms the OECD’s intent to develop a comprehensive action plan for release in July 2013.

Please join a global panel of Ernst & Young professionals as they discuss the significant transfer pricing and cross border taxation matters addressed in the OECD BEPS report. This interactive dialogue will highlight key areas such as:

  • The background to the OECD project
  • The key elements of the OECD report
  • The direction for the OECD work going forward
  • Related activity in countries and regions

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

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