EY - India Tax Webcast series

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At EY, we regularly conduct the audio and video webcasts on most topical issues, updating you on the changing tax and regulatory norms, their possible implications on your business and opportunities to be leveraged.

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  • Employee Stock Option Plans (ESOPs) – Trends & Regulatory updates

    Audio Webcast | Duration: 60 minutes
    22 January 2016 at 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (IST)


    Companies are increasingly offering ESOPs to employees to attract, retain and motivate them. This has regained popularity especially with start-up companies offering ESOPs to a large proportion of their employees.

    Join us for a live audio webcast, where our presenter, Shalini Jain, Executive Director, People Advisory Services, EY India, will take us through the recent trends and regulatory updates on ESOPs.

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    EY - Shalini Jain

    Shalini Jain

    Executive Director - People Advisory Services, EY India

    Shalini Jain is Executive Director in People Advisory Services practice in India and is based in New Delhi. She has a significant experience in the area of human capital with an emphasis on global mobility and employment taxation; social security, experience covering tax issues relating to exchange control and the interpretation of double tax avoidance agreements especially in relation to global employee movements, tax litigation, tax issues relating to the design and implementation of stock based incentive plans. She has authored articles on tax issues for major dailies and finance magazines.

  • BEPS is broader than tax

    Audio Webcast | Duration: 90 Minutes


    The final reports on the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan have been released by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and endorsed by the G20. These reports on the 15 BEPS focus areas reflect recommendations for significant changes in international tax laws and treaties. Attention has now turned to the actions that are taken by countries in response to these recommendations.

    The impact of these changes will be felt well beyond the tax department. EY will examine the impact of BEPS on key business functions in a program of seven Thought Center Webcasts.

    In the first webcast, senior EY transaction advisory professionals will cover mergers and acquisitions, examining how the due diligence, structuring and tax valuation components of the transaction process will be affected by BEPS-driven changes in countries’ laws and administrative practices.

    When you register for the first webcast, you will be offered an opportunity to pre-register for all the remaining webcasts in this series, which are detailed below:

    Click here to register for the webcast.

    • BEPS is broader than tax: Merger & Acquisitions
      Thursday, 7 January, 8.30. p.m. (IST)
    • BEPS is broader than tax: Impact on the operating model and the deployment of intangible property
    • BEPS is broader than tax: Considerations and challenges for the treasury team
    • BEPS is broader than tax: Implications for financial accounting and tax compliance
    • BEPS is broader than tax: Key issues for the General Counsel's office
    • BEPS is broader than tax: Changes affecting the human capital function
    • BEPS is broader than tax: Overall review of key focus areas and country developments