EY Tax Seminar
OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan
By invitation only
16 September 2013, Hong Kong
With its February report Addressing Base Erosion and Profit Shifting, the OECD began a major project focused on a review of current international tax regimes and coordinated consideration of possible approaches for addressing concerns about base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS). This work has been endorsed by both the G8 and the G20 groups.
The Action Plan released on 19 July 2013 sets forth the work that the OECD will do in fifteen areas of international tax law and practice. The Action Plan includes deadlines for the action areas that range from September 2014 through December 2015. It identifies the expected OECD output in these action areas as including OECD reports and analyses, changes to the OECD transfer pricing guidelines, changes to the OECD model tax treaty, OECD recommendations for domestic law, and development of a multilateral treaty approach.
The Action Plan proposes approaches for involvement of non-member countries in the OECD work on BEPS. The Action Plan also indicates that the business community will be invited to comment on the various proposals and that a consultative process will be used in this phase of the BEPS project.
In this seminar, EY will discuss the OECD Action Plan and the impact that it will have on multinational businesses.
Our seminar will cover:
- An overview of the fifteen BEPS action areas
- The key implications of the Action Plan for corporations
- The key Transfer Pricing considerations
- The impact on the future taxation of e-commerce
|Date:||Monday, 16 September 2013|
|Time:||9:15 a.m - 11:30 a.m. (registration at 9:00 a.m.)|
|Venue:||EY, 22/F CITIC Tower|
|Address:||1 Tim Mei Avenue, Central, Hong Kong|
Who should attend?
- CEOs, CFOs and senior management of companies
- Tax directors and managers
- Executives and professionals responsible for tax compliance and planning
There will be no fee charge for this event.