Understanding and managing the international tax challenges and opportunities in your e-commerce or digital business

In this webcast our experts will deal with how to bring intangibles assets into the equation when setting up the tax and transfer pricing policy for your digital business and help you understand the possibilities and risks of taxation in the digital economy.

Related topics Tax E-commerce

Presenters

Peter Moreau
EY Belgium International Tax Leader

Organizers

EY Belgium
Multidisciplinary professional services organization

Webcast

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In this webcast our experts will deal with how to bring intangibles assets into the equation when setting up the tax and transfer pricing policy for your digital business and help you understand the possibilities and risks of taxation in the digital economy. We will also highlight the International initiatives and recent developments, aiming to create (e-commerce) nexus beyond traditional taxable presence.

Virtually any business today has an online presence: some are (rapidly) shifting to online sales channels, catalyzed by the COVID-19 outbreak or not,  others add brick-and-mortar outlets to their sales strategy.  While e-commerce makes international trade in particular so much easier and creates operational, economic but also tax opportunities, taxation thereof may however also give rise to fundamental (international) tax questions. In a digital economy where value is concentrated in intangibles, traditional tax principles and tax planning may no longer be sufficient to capture the value chain of the e-commerce business or tackle the challenges of e-commerce. The blending of traditional and digital businesses in one organization requires companies and their tax leaders to learn how each integrates into their existing supply chains – and the different tax rules that apply. 

Further speakers

  • Kristoff De Meue
  • Anne-Sophie Van Den Bosch